Blank menu frame overlays TV picture & keeps returning
This problems occurs on a CFT2726 (this category matched best). At certain times, the center part of the TV screen is covered by a black rectangle that exactly matches the size & position of the setup menu. The remote "exit" key makes it go away, but only momentarily before it reappears.
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This is an color projector alignment issue. Many projection TVs have a menu item in the video or picture setup that will produce a grid overlay on a black screen of Red, Green and Blue. You use the <, >, up & down buttons on the remote or the TV to move each color (one at a time) directly on top of each other and maintain straight up and down / left and right lines. Once you do this, the picture will be in focus and there will be no more colored "3D-like" ghosting. If you are unable to move the colors far enough, there may be an issue with certain integrated circuits inside the TV that can be challenging to remove and replace. More make and model number for your TV would be required however.
most certainly bad capacitors in the power supply unit,inside the tv.look for buldged capacitors and replace with same kind.cheap fix if you can do it.requires removing the faulty cap and replacing with new one.most cost very cheap
You need to hit the 'menu' button.
Then hit the 'forward arrow' button
Then the 'backward' arrow (center big button).
(this will return you to the saved pictures)
From there you will see the 'erase' icon.
Choose frame (individual pictures) or all
frames (all pictures).
Your owners manual could help.
It sounds as though the unit is actually recording a DVD, but is getting no incoming signal to record.
What is your recording source?
Satellite and receiver?
In the set-up menu, be sure you have chosen the proper input source; i.e., recording from where?
You may be able to access that menu through the Function button on the remote, AFter setting that menu, be sure to press Return to restore the recorder to the ready mode.
If you are using the RF input for recording, be sure that is selected as well, as opposed to L1 or L2. The input channel must match the output channel on your receiver, usually channel 3 or four.
What is the model number?