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Josh Hope Posted on Mar 03, 2007
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Insignia lcd tv 32"

Hello - I purchased the tv less than a year ago and within the last 2 month the problem started. First of all when you turn off the TV, the red light has always stayed on. When you turn it on the red light goes from red to blue, while the tv stays on. Now when you turn it off the light still stays red, but when you go to power it on the light goes to blue, but then "gives up" and goes back to red. Then you try to power it on again and you'll never see the blue light. However when I leave it unplugged or just unplug it for a while and then try it it is either hit or miss and the TV will finally come on. I have checked the electric circuit in the room and it has checked out just fine. Do you have any idea what my problem is? Thanks Josh

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My screen said NO SINGNAL,VGA?

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Sounds like a power supply issue you can get a new one at www.shopjimmy.com

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Have good tec replace if nessary, The inverter module

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    have taken 26 inch lcd to so called good tech bernard repair in fairveiw,park ohio.they had the screen for over seven weeks telling me that the set was generich.and this yes cost me.bad place to go.finly found good place with outside help called WESTPARK TV,locateded in fairveiw,park on lorain ave. and west 210.street

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    westpark tv,s phone # 440-331-5950

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