I have a lg 32cm television, av has been working perfectly since I purchased it about 4 or 5 years ago, but when I went to watch a dvd tonight I switched my tv to av.. my dvd menu come up for about 30 seconds then it went back to the blue screen. Im wondering if there is a way to fix this?
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Unplug one of the RCA plugs one at a time, see if sound changes to no buzz but one ear channel only. The buzz can occur when RCA is not connected correctly and the video feed is put onto the earth wire of both audio feeds.
you need to tell the t.v. via the remote which input it is supposed to be looking at in the uk the button to press is usually called av, press this and it will go av1 av2,etc look on the back of t.v. to see which one you are plugged into and this should cure it please leave feedback thanks
Camaroguy: This exact problem happened to us about 8 months ago. A board had to be replaced at a cost of $500. Yesterday, the convergence has gone on the set. You get a blue and yellow shadow on the picture. From what I have been reading, this has happened on a few TVs and it will cost another $500 or so. We refuse to pour more money down the drain so we just went out and bought a new plasma (RCA) for half what it cost us for the Panasonic 4 years ago. We have never had a problem with RCA in the past (two tvs for 20 years a piece).