HI I have the Proton pltv 3250. Have had it 1 year from sears and worked great until tonight. I am hooked up with DirectTv and while watching the tv screen went blue, with "no signal" and the red "off" light went on. Every time I try to turn it on it goes green and then immediately switches to red "off" light while the blue screen is still showing. Is this the power adapter problem i am see everyone on this site is talking about? Ive checked all the connections and all seem fine. thanks, Susan
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To turn on the TV: Turning the Display On and Off There is a power switch on the bottom of the display and a power button on top. The power switch is used to cut off power completely, whereas the power button turns the screen off but allows the remote to continue working. To turn the display on: 1. If the power light on the front of the display is off, turn on the power switch on the bottom of the display. 2. Press the POWER button.
To turn the display off: 1. Press the POWER button. 2. If the display will be unused for an extended period of time, turn off the power switch on the bottom of the display and disconnect the power.
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