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HI, you can do these troubleshooting steps and get back to me..
Check the video connection of any devices plugged into the LCD television. If you can hear sound but are seeing no picture while trying to use something like a DVD player or cable box, the problem is probably that a wire is loose somewhere. Check the yellow video cables running from the DVD player to the TV and make sure everything is plugged in firmly and where it should be. Also check the coaxial cable running from the cable box (or cable outlet) to the television and make sure that wire is also screwed in securely.
Check the image settings on your television and make sure everything is set properly. Certain settings like "Picture" or "Brightness," if set to one extreme, can make the picture appear completely black. This could cause you to simply hear television shows but not be able to see them. Reset all picture settings on the TV to their original factory default settings to see if that fixes the problem.
Try another channel. If you're watching TV and not getting a picture, the first thing you should do is check a variety of random channels to make sure it is a problem with your TV and not with your television signal. If it is a problem with the television signal it is the fault of the TV station or cable service provider and there isn't anything you can do yourself to fix it.
Try the DVD on another DVD player. If you're trying to play a DVD and can't see any images, make sure the disc isn't defective. Try it on another DVD player or a computer DVD drive and make sure the disc works in the first place.
You DO NOT use "Channels" to View a DVD player it usually connected to the AV External input. via AV, Yellow, (Video) Red & White, (Audio) or Component Video, Blue, Red & Green. (Video) + Red & White (Audio). These are selected via the External Inputs.
You may refer to the part 8 of this iPod tips, it will teach you how to connect iPod to TV and watch the iPod video on TV. It works pretty well for me. http://www.mac-dvd.com/ipod-tips-and-ipod-faq.html Hope it helps. Contact me if you have any other question.
Try holding the power button in on the receiver until the picture goes away then turn it aloose it will reboot and your sound will usually come back. If you had rather and can get to it unplugging it from the electric outlet, the receiver, does the same thing.
i had exactly the same problem but not anymore. i called the haier co. and they told me to order a new remote control so i did. i got my new remote and i turned my tv on and pushed the tv/use and it worked thank god. so maybe you could try it. remote control only 20.00 good luck!
hold down the stop button for 5 sec on your dvd player not the one on the remote control
Check your connections. Make sure they are hooked up correctly(ie
yellow to yellow. Check both the connectoins on the dvd player and the