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Mitsubishi wd-52727 will not turn on i have a blinking green light and I have pushed the system reset button several time. What else can i do.

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Have a perfect picture but no sound. What can be the problem?


Toshiba says:
toshiba_icon_white.pngIf there is no sound from the TV try the following:
  • Ensure the TV isn't muted.
  • Check that the TV speakers have not been manually turned off in the menu settings. Refer to the User's Guide for your specific model TV.
  • Ensure the input for the connected device (DVD / Blu-ray / Cable / Satellite / Game Console) is set properly on the TV. Click here for help with TV inputs.
  • Check that the connected device audio settings are configured send sound through the audio input connected to on the TV. Refer to your device manufacturers instructions.
  • Make sure the connected device does not require a separate audio connection to the TV

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Television screen is green


Is the picture in a green shade or the whole screen is simply green?
if the second one is currect - the connection to the video source is lost. some tv do a blue or a green screen in order to prevent that anoying sound that the old tv used to make.
try to reconnet your source (PC or a DVD player, whatever you can).
if it works on other devices - your device is probably damaged.

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I have a wd-62525 dlp i have pic and sound through ant. and hdmi but on component and video inputs i only get sound no pic


Hello
It seems to be some fault with its HDMI cable you connect to this device from the source. As you get sound by HDMI, and no picture at all, this indicates the fault with cable itself. There is a cution notice says that " To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use a shielded video interface cable
with bonded ferrite cores at both ends, when using the PC or HDMI input."
Cheang the cable and check.

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I use attached the pc on tv but i didi not here any sound please tell me sound pin cable attached the tv?


Hi sahazada pak,
As i know, TV set not support sound from PC input.
If you want here sound and still working with PC, you should use HDMI or DVI input from your PC out. HDMI has support image and sound in one cable. DVI only image without sound. if you use DVI , sound pc should connected to audio in.
Good luck.

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Family member pressed menu button, now we have no sound and after trying many times just can't working again.??


Pressing the menu button does not disable the sound on a television. It is just a coincidence that the sound is gone now after that had been done.

Troubleshooting:
First check each one of your devices. Are you getting sound when you play a DVD or a VHS cassette? Do you get sound when viewing cable or satellite? If you get sound from any of the devices that are connected to different places on your television then you have ruled out the television itself as being the problem.

If you have isolated the problem to the cable box or satellite receiver then you will need to reboot it. You can usually just turn it off and unplug it for 30 seconds. Then you plug it back in and let it boot up and you should have sound.

One other reason a cable box or satellite receiver may not have sound it that the audio output setting in its menu is wrong so take a look at that as well if that applies.

Also make sure that the cables are good between the device not getting any sound and the television by changing them or trying them with another device.

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I have audio cables going from HD 61g887 jvc tv, to my phillips surround sound system under aux but it is not giving me sound?


hi
you didn't mentioned the model number of your surround sound system, for a better solution its important. any why try the following.

if you are connected the analog audio output of your tv to the system using RCA cable, then go to the setup of the surround sound system and change the input assignment setting from digital to analog.
If your connected the digital output of your tv to the digital input of your surround system using optical cable then, goto the setup of your surround system and change the input assignment to digital (optical) input.


if u need any further assistance fell free to contact through fixya

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Mitsubishi Medallion rear projection lost signal from all devices


Have you fixed this problem yet?. I seem to have the same issue.

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Not supported mode message


Sounds like your source device is sending a signal that your TV does not know how to interpret.

This usually happens when you try to input a computer (PC) signal to a device expecting video.

If you are indeed trying to connect your PC to your TV, and your PC allows "HDTV resolutions" (most modern graphics hardware allows this) then set the output to 1080i or 720p (1920x1080 or 1280x720) and it should work.

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Model 60PL9200D/37 no sound


What device is connected to TV: cable, sat box, dvd player? What type of cable are you using to connect to the accessory device?

For a red, white, and yellow cable:
I cannot hear sound from the television when connecting to the AV1 input. What do I need to do?
Answer When you connect the accessory device to the AV1 input of the TV using either component video cables (YPbPr) or composite video cable (Yellow), you must connect the audio output from the accessory device to the 'INPUT AV1 AUDIO L R' of the TV using the RCA audio cables (Red and White).
If the connection is good,

Check to ensure that the AV1 audio source from the TV on-screen menu is selected to AV1.
  1. Press the 'MENU' button on the remote control.
  2. Press the cursor up/down to select SETUP and press the cursor right.
  3. Press the cursor up/down to select SOURCE and press the cursor right.
  4. Press the cursor up/down to select ANALOG AUDIO IN and press the cursor right.
  5. Press the cursor up/down to select AV1 and press the 'OK' button.
  6. Press the 'MENU' button to exit the menu.
Make sure that the volume on the TV and on the device is set at an audible level and also that the sound hasn't been muted.

For HDMI,
The picture quality is good but the TV does not produce any sound when connected to an accessory device with an HDMI to HDMI cable.

Answer
  • The TV's behavior is considered to be normal as some accessory devices have an HDMI audio output setting that requires to be turned on when using an HDMI to HDMI connection.
  • Check the on-screen menu of the accessory device to ensure that the HDMI audio output is set to ON.
  • In some cases, you may need to set the digital out audio stream of the accessory device to PCM.
  • For detailed information, please refer to the user manual of the accessory device.

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Gift from son w/o owners manual


Check fuse devices,then check B+ sources. Most likely,you will need new convergence IC's and two new fuse devices.

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