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There is a video/input/source buuton on the side of tv. Push it and all inputs will be there use volume control to move the highlighted input when you get to the one you want push input/video/source it will change the channel
The cable you describe should be the only cable that you need. You want to make sure that you switch to whichever input you connect to on your TV. If you are getting sound but no picture there may be a problem with either the input or your cable. Connect the cable to a different input to see if it works. If it does then the problem is with the input on your TV. If it doesn't work then there is something wrong with the cable. You may have to get it replaced at the place you purchased the camera from/
Sounds like you mabe be on the wrong source. Try hitting the input button on the side of the set to change inputs. Input channel up or down find tv hit input again. If on the wrong input you will only get a blue screen and message no signal that will apear for a few seconds.
Hi. these situations are mostly caused by a bent or broken copper prong that is located within the input charger port that is inside the phone housing.
When you insert the charge cord into the input port, there are copper prongs that will have to connect to each other and , this contact point will transfer the necessarycurrent to the cell for a proper charge.
If the prongs are damage in any way due to broken copper or, bent copper prongs, this will prevent the necessary current from flowing to the cell.
Most remedies are crude like using a tooth pick or paper clip to straighten out the prongs inside the port. these methods do more harm than good and i recommend sending this phone in for a input port transplant. the manufacture or local repair depot is the best repair solution for this situation.
There is one thing that i would do before sending it to the repair depot. try using a completely different battery cell. if you purchase a new battery and the charger continues to not charge, this will confirm the input port failure.
It could be the speaker output or the amp input. If you have a headphone socket on the amp try headphones and hear if it's the same problem.
If it's the amp's power output then this can be repaired. It's a case of unsoldering the blown transistor or integrated amp chip and soldering in a new one. It's not hard but you need to find someone competent.
sound like they have damaged the "new motherboard" when have installed it at the shop. Or they installed a cheap brand and it's not correctly sitting in the base. should ask them to show you the old motherboard they removed to make sure they haven't just fudged-up the old one.