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No Picture at all no matter what source. Audio is okay. Any suggestions?

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  • kwniimi Aug 01, 2008

    Thanks for replying but I do not get a blue splash that says "AKAI." I do not get anything at all. Only audio.

    Thanks


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Do you get the blue splash screen that says "AKAI" when you turn it on?

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