Question about Sony KP-65XBR10W 65" Rear Projection Television
Last night I noticed my Wall outlet Cover had fallen off and a loose Video cable was dangling inside the wall near the hot wires. I reached near the wall and could well the Shock. I shutdown the power re put on the Wall Outlet Cover and re attached my HD Cable and my X-Box 360 as well as my DVD player back to the TV. Now nothing seems to work. I get power from the TV and can play my X-Box 360 on Video 5 I believe, but get no sound. Video 1 which is my DVD player Outputs nothing. My Direct TV/HD doesn't show up or have sound on Video 4. I am just not sure as to if the shock could have wrecked a few on my Video IN/OUTS or when I shut up power of and re-booted everything if I might have messed with some of the settings.. Thanks, Ross
Possible video switching ic or menu settings checked menu first then one at a time start removing inputs to see if one is causing a problem and on which input if all are affected after you checked your meun settings ,possibly internal video switching is at fault.
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
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