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well if you have cord going to ur u-verse then check your rca jacks red and white and see what inputs they are in and another thing hopefully your sound card has not gone out but let me know what happen
Please try to reset all setting and then to see if the problem is solved.1. Press the Menu on your Remote Control; 2. choose Set up on the OSD; 3. then choose Reset All settings; 4. Press the Exit on your Remote Control to remove the OSD
My 37" vizio I bought in Dec 2007 did this (green screen at start-up on all inputs). At first it went away by itself after you left the unit on for 15 minutes, but then 2 days later the whole thing DIED. Luckily Costco has a 90 day return policy on TVs.
Vizio tech support suggested this (before it died that is): Please
try to reset
and then to see if the problem is solved.1.
Press the Menu on your Remote Control; 2.
choose Set up on the OSD; 3.
then choose Reset All settings; 4.
Press the Exit on your Remote Control to remove the OSD.
My 42 Inch Vizio experienced the pop of death out-of warranty. I bought mine at Sears and they sent a technician over within a day or so. It turned out to be in the power supply and they shipped a board right out. Total including parts and labor was $280. Although no expensive TV should die after less than 2-years, Sears seems to be able to deal with repair in the home without drama.