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Olevia Same exact issue. We sent the first one back and 3 days after we recieved the replacement tv the same issue occured. Black out. If this is a power issue the Olevia keeps saying it is (I don't have enough power for the TV) then why doesn't anything else that's plugged into the power strip eg: cable box etc) shut off? I think I am getting refurbed TVs. Olevia will not refund of course the box store where I bought will not refund. I even opted to upgrade but Olevia said they do not do Upgrades either. Should I just spend the money on getting a new circuit board installed? I have to believe that it's the pixels dying and not a power issue. If anyone has any answers or good solutions I would be most beholden. Thanks Diane

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  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    OLIVEA 26, the scrren go blue...no video but audio works....how can I do to repair..Tk

  • qubbie Sep 03, 2008

    Everyone I think I have a solution to this issue.

    The "Pixel" circuit board seems to be the problem with this TV.

    They fry out and then in time will burn out.

    An easy "Fix" for Olevia but they refuse to admit there is a problem.

    I now have a fan on the TV when ever on and this seems to "Cool" the TV down hopefully this will be a fix..

    For those wall adhered TVS I wish you luck.

    The TV over heats and that is a call for a recall but like I said Olevia refuses to admit there is something wrong with this TV.

    Anyone know how to get a recall?

    Qubbie

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I have a 47 a 32 and a 37 inch olevia tv. Just bought the 37 because i havent had any probs with the others. Well recently i moved my 47 inch and had it plugged into an outlet that had a one of those one into three strips plugged into the outlet and my tv kept shutting off. So i plugged it into another outlet and it worked fine so do try another outlet.

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