Question about Olevia LT32HVM 32 in. LCD Television
After a severe electrical storm in the area, we have a tv that no longer works with a standard coax cable connected. I have tried the same tv using a dvr cable box, connected via standard HD cables and the tv works fine. I Also tried using my Xbox360, with HDMI cables, and that also worked fine.
I think I've narrowed the problem down to a connection issue between the tv tuner and the coax cable connection in the wall. Any idea's on what may have happened?
When you write 'tuner,' do you mean the internal TV tuner or do you have a cable box between the wall connector and your set's input?
If you are connected from the wall to the set, then the sensitive circuitry (it may only tolerate a few volts max video) is damaged.
If your set was a couple of decades old, it might be fairly easy to repair.
If the set was damaged via the cable service, you may have some recourse unless your cable provider has seen fit to absolve themselves from liability, I suspect they have.
I do not know your set but it is not impossible that the video input circuitry for cable and antenna is on a smaller assembly that processes it before reaching the main board.
The latter has obviously survived since you still have the other functions.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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