We were watching a DVD movie then the TV (Olevia LT26HVE plasma) was shut down suddenly with a small arcing like a short-circuit. I think of a fuse blow-out but am not sure.
The TV is only 1 year old. Could anyone help to suggest what we need to do ?
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U setup ur DVD player in what format?Set it up with a one cable call HDMI?Or u use a RCA cable YELLOW.RED,WHITE to hook it up.The movie play,u push the button on ur remote said INPUT go down INPUT said 1,2,3 so on.If hook it up right the movie,should play in one of this INPUT said 1,2,3 so on.
I don't think so! Some LCD panels have this option, but not Olevia. Unless you may raid thru the menu and find power save option: no signal shut down. I use to own One of the first "Olevias", but can't recall this option. But, newer "Olevias"are based on different platform, not those on "Wesitnghouse". Olevia use to be from Europe, now it's all China. I know, Audiovox has this feature.
Finally recieved an email from syntax olevia customer support after 1 month. a standard desktop computer power cord is all you need for your Olevia LT26HVE flat screen. We lost ours in a move and FINALLY have it up and running again...for only 9 bucks at RadioShack!