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Hi same here The cables want to be in their correct place. After you have made sure that the cables and plugs are in their place. Check the input on the remote control. If your connection through the antenna and the the remote does ot show that,move to the antenna input. The same method goes for the HDMI or ADSL Broadband or what. Move to the correct input. OH and another matter, check that the scart plugs are iwhere they should be. Good luck kolbrun
I'm trying to solve the same issue. I noticed that the in TV menu's "Setup" option lists "PC" but does not allow it to be selected (it is greyed out) - suspect that this model of the TV does not actually support use with a PC.
Will keep looking for ideas and update this thread.
If it's been the subjest of a lightening strike chances are the saw tooth capacitor is opened and the main fuse. That's a cheap repair even at a good shop... At the very worst they can diagnose the problem for an estimate and that fee is generally worth the money even if that's not the entire problem.