I have had my Olevia for almost a year and use it sparingly. It has always worked good unil last week. I turned it on and the screen said no input detected. I deceided to "re-start" the set as if I just bought it. Now I geta message that no channels are selected. I went to the menu to program in the channels and got a message that I could not auto program the st. I went to the manual program and the set could not find any channels.
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Re: No Cable Detected?
Is the TV still warranty? If there is warranty then avail it first so that no risk at your side.
If ever there is no warranty at all then you can open your TV back and verify the loss connection connecting your cable. This symptom also cause by TV tuner error and need to be checked personally by a qualified electronic technician.
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These olevia tv's were only made to last a few years. the company has gone out of business. they took the money and ran.i also have the same exact problem. the power supply board needs replacing and i can't find one. repair shops want almost 300 to fix but it isn't worth it. thow away or if your lucky enough to find a power board fix it yourself for around 100. i t k mine apart seems easy to fix.
I suspect that the main power supply is trying to self-destruct; what you describe could be the switching power supply struggling to stay up and running.
It isn't the cable company's problem.
FYI: Olevia has declared bankruptcy so you may not be able to get any help from them.
I have had the same problem with my daughters Olevia...232-S13 out of the blue ti just decides to not turn on...blue light lit where the on/off button located but no sound and no picture....i guess the saying "you get what you pay for" stands clear here.......very upsetting.....
OLEVIA tV is a F#$King JOKE!!!!!.....I bought my tv in Jan and it went out 3 months after that, let me put it to you like this its Oct and i havent got my tv back to this day.
Got a case number and a tracking number that didnt make any sense. The shipping company they used didnt get paid so its been in there storage for 3 months. In some way if you have been waiting for your tv because of the shipping...Olevia is responsible for trans issue and pulling off on the shipping company.
DONT BUY A OLEVIA TV..... YOUR BETTER OFF WITH A LG!!!