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You have a bad ceramic capcitor in the high voltage section of your tv

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Sep 24, 2010


The first troubleshooting step would be to measure all the voltages from the power supply to the other circuits boards specially the 5 volts going to the main board. If you have the following: Insignia 6HA0112010 Power Supply, check FU502 for open conditions.
If all the voltages appear normal, then the main board should be replace since is hard to find individual components for a component level repair.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Aug 21, 2010


You probably have some bad electrolytic capacitors on the power supply module. The caps will be bulged or mushroomed at the top rather than flat if they need to be replaced. Parts are very inexpensive. I've fixed many of these sets by replacing bulged caps on the power supply for having same symptom of yours. That would be the first place I would start. A repair shop would probably get between $100-$150 to replace these parts if you wanted go that route.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Jul 30, 2010


you must go to menu / tools settings and switch the auto channel scan off and just set it to ch 3 (for cable/dish) or to channel you wish

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Jul 10, 2010


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Sell the TV for parts and use the money to buy the new TV.

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Insignia 32"... | Answered on Jun 16, 2010


May I get the model # so I can get you the right manual

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Jun 13, 2010


Is the VGA port enabled? Have you set the computer to send data to the port? (The first may be part of the BIOS or the Device Manager. The second is in the graphics properties - right click on the desktop.) Reboot the computer to make sure it sees the new hardware with the monitor/TV on. Is the cable good? Try another one.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Insignia 32"... | Answered on May 28, 2010


it may have bad capacitors inside the tv. this will usually malfunction when it is cold, and work better once it warms up. you can open the tv and look for bulged or puffed up caps, or take to a service professional. caps that go bad will just be a nuisance at first and eventually will disable the set completely.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on May 21, 2010


Place a 2 to 3 prong AC adapter on the power cord. It will isolate the ground and should fix your problem.
I hope this was helpful, best wishes.

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Insignia 32"... | Answered on Apr 16, 2010


On the bottom of the remote (mine anyway) there should be a button that says zoom, you can scroll through settings, wide seems to be the best

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Apr 14, 2010


prolly bad laser or mechanism. don't bother to replace it.
it is very expensive repair . would cost you nearly as much as the set itself.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Apr 09, 2010


There is not a code that Insignia can provide to use the TV remote with your Blu-ray player, but there is a programming method that can be found here.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Mar 19, 2010


You should be able to purchase a stand for your Insignia TV here. Search for your TV model number.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Mar 03, 2010


Now it's OK to replace the cap, however in all probability it will fail again real soon, as you have NOT found the "Cause" you are treating the "Symptom" not the "Cause". One MUST remedy the "Cause" of this fault, FIRST, it is usually caused by AC ripple, Electrolytic Capacitors, hate over Voltage and AC. Also if a Cap has exploded, then you do have real issues, generally over-voltages. Most likely coming from the faulty switchmode PSU, I would also expect "Collateral" component damage in the "area" as well. check all IC's Diodes, & Transistors "Attached" to that cap. Be careful and good luck. Use GO contact cleaner, or similar, to remove residue..

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Feb 27, 2010


Look for 2 pico fuses in the secondary section of the power supply. I'm sure one of them is blown, that is why the 24 volts are missing.
I will let you know the locations later when I get home.
Good Luck.

Insignia 32"... | Answered on Feb 25, 2010

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