SOVA 30" HD READY WIDESCREEN LCD TV DISPLAY DS203-S30
I purchased this TV back in Dec. 2004 from ShopNBCTV network. This TV comes with a separate AC Adaptor which stopped working, which in turn means there is no power running through the TV now. I believe the TV is okay still, just need a replacement AC Adaptor. I've made many calls to ShopNBC and even called Protron and Sears for help. No one can help me. I just want to buy a replacement AC Adaptor from anywhere. Can anyone help me here? Thanks a million.
Re: SOVA 30" HD READY WIDESCREEN LCD TV DISPLAY DS203-S30
Do not buy anything from LCDPayless. They are crooks. I order power supply for Protron 32". Their web page showed the same model as mine and they sent me some garbage that was not working. I returned it and they refused to reimburse me full amount. I contacted my credit card company and then they claimed they didn't receive it at all. STAY AWAY FROM THEM THEY ARE THIEVES.
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since i do my stuff by trial and error, sometimes its just a matter of making sure you dont have a video cord plugged into an audio plug that is supposed to be for the tv signal to go out and not come in or that where you have the left/right audio plug is good, but the video plug is broke.
i just move from one slot to the next trying different a/v (out) spots
I wouldno't say the LCD needs to be replace. If the repair shop said that the inverter board is the problem, it could be but the way the LCD is behaving; i would suspect the power supply might not be providing the proper voltage to the inverter board circuitry making the LCD flash after it warms up.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Sounds like a bad panel to me and most likely not worth the cost in parts to fix. SOVA makes all LCD TV's? Thats funny because I wourd on most brands of TV"s and looking at the parts inside of a Samsung LCD what do you see? Samsung parts. Sony even buys LCD panel from Samsung. LG is another supplier of panels, both plasma and LCD. You got to love the truth in advertising.
I have a Philips 30 inch LCD and solved the problem by using the circular arrow button on the TV remote. Pointing it at the TV and clicking "right" (3 o'clock on the button), the picture moved right. Same thing on for "left". Worked for me.