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MY DTV-320-D WILL NOT RESPOND, THE SCREEN TURNS ON AND IT SAID "COMPONENT" AND NO SIGNAL. I TRIED TO CONNECT A VCR AND NO LUCK, CABLE AND NO PICTURE JUST STUCK WITH BLUE SCREEN

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SOURCE: Mintek LCD TV DTV-320-D buttons does not work

I have the same problems w/ my mintek 37 inch lcd and I have cut it off for days hoping that this will jumpstart it back to the tv mode so that we can at least get the enjoyment of watching it. The only thing it does is cut off/on the power. No other buttons work. I have called Mintek in CA and they offered no solutions except to mail the tv back.

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SOURCE: no picture. screen says "no signal" and "dtv-12"

I believe this unit has an external power supply (black box) attached to the cord.And it may. This is the first place to trouble shoot. This external power supply has a weak capacitor inside. When this happens, the voltage is low and the current is low. If you can test the the voltage (which will be DC) on the output of this power supply, do so.Any reading less than 12 volts indicates this is a weak power supply. Open this black box, and you may see a capacitor with a bulged top. Replace this cap with the same voltage and MFs. Good luck and thanks for asking and show a few hands of support.

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SOURCE: Mintek DTV-265-D I have a Mintek DTV-265-D, the

You need to replace the main board of the TV.
The problem you describe indicates a failure in the E2PROM memory of the computer on the main board, which is something that happens more often than it should.
it is repairable at a component level, but for this TV I suppose a new main board would actually be cheaper than a repair.

Posted on Oct 30, 2010

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Using the TV chose between the VCR and the cable box for video,
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There are other configurations, but this one is the best for what I think you want to do.

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Is it possible to record TV programming on a VCR when using a DTV converter? h1 = document.getElementById("title").getElementsByTagName("h1")[0];h1.innerHTML = widont(h1.innerHTML); Hi,

I had the same problem and found this answer that worked for me. Hope this does the trick for you.

Simple stated, your VCR must be set to channel 3 also. Check it out.

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  1. You must have the VCR tuned to record on channel 3.
  2. You must have the VCR connected to output signal of the DTV converter box. In other words, the converter box must be connected between the antenna and the VCR. So, the likely configuration you would use with a coaxial cable is antenna to DTV converter to VCR to TV.
  3. You must tune the DTV converter to the channel you want to record prior to recording. The VCR won't be able to change channels on the DTV converter.
  4. You will be able to use the timed record function on the VCR but you must adhere to steps 1-3.
If this sounds freakishly familiar to recording on a digital cable or satellite set-top box, you are right. It is exactly like recording a signal from a digital cable box or satellite receiver. While it may be inconvenient to perform the steps above, at least the option still exists to record on a VCR while using a DTV converter box.
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