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Acer tv problem

Watching television and it goes off by itself. It won't turn on by panel or remote control. Orange standby light is on. Turn of TV at the main switch on back of TV and wait a few hours. Turn on main switch, turn on at panel, nothing at all other than I can hear a very faint sound from the speakers when the main switch is turned on. Turn off main switch, wait a few hours. Turn on main switch, repatedly hit panel power and it finally the orange standby light goes green and it comes on with solid vertical lines, no sound , no remote response and won't shut off at panel. Wait a few hours, turn on main switch, I get sound but no light. Repeat, then I get no sound, but dancing pixels that slowly form into solid vertical lines and then slowly move to the upper right hand corner of the screen, covering about half the screen. No remote or panel response. Turn off at main switch, wait repeat. This time the orange standby light goes orange/green and I get solid vertical lines and no sound. WTF?

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  • Steve R Jan 09, 2012

    Could someone move this to the Television section? Thanks.

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