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This sounds like a power supply problem in this DLP TV set. Best thing you can do is to call the manufacturer in the owners manual, or go back to where you purchaced the TV set and see where they send the Akia TV sets to be serviced. good Luck
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The "input not supported" error is from the screen saying that the input signal is outside it's range. Either use a different screen or start the system in safe mode and reduce your systems screen resolution.
it's set to the wrong input device ? the one you currently have it pointed to has no input
also it's possible that cable plugged into current input channel has gone bad or become disconnected from it's source
Hdmi cables are unfortunately famous for this as they have no Lock device to keep them inserted into ports
most TV's nowdays shut off if not provided an input for a few minutes
Laptop computers have power saver features that will blank the screen after a period of no input. Default on these can be as short as one minute. Users can change these settings to avoid screen blanking, especially when doing thins like watching movies or streaming video. The power saver feature may be different, and thus the screen shut off timer may be different when the unit is plugged in.
R - Restore: Restore default settings
E - Environment: Change your environment, remove from media cabinet, try different media, try different equipment (TV, router, hotspot, etc.).
P - Power Cycle: Power cycle by unplugging your networking equipment from wall for 2 minutes to reset.
A - Access this Knowledge Center for useful articles to resolve issues.
I - Install the latest System Software Update.
R - Resolved: In most cases these steps can resolve your issue.
Adjust the video input on the TV to match the input connector that is being used to connect to the PS3™ system.
Check that the cable is securely inserted. Try disconnecting the cable from the PS3™ system or TV and then reconnecting it.
There may be a problem with the AV cable in use. Try using another cable that is compatible with the PS3™ system.
If the video output settings on the system do not match those of the cable or TV in use, there may be no picture. If the screen goes blank, turn off the system. Then, with only the system and the TV connected, touch the system’s power button for more than 5 seconds to turn the system back on. The video output settings will automatically be reset to the standard resolution.
If the resolution of the video content is not supported by the TV in use, when the video is played the screen may go blank. If this happens, go to the screen for selecting the resolution in the system’s video output settings, and then select all the resolutions that are supported by the TV.
Ive seen this on other monitors. Look for a 1 and 2. Some monitors do NOT auto detect a signal, and this one might not. Look for a way to set the monitor from Digital input to VGA input. Try that and see.