Great little TV until this morning when it indicates "No Video." I went
thru all the setup menus but nothing for troubleshooting or setting for
I moved it to another connector with a good signal used for another TV
and still shows no video. Put good TV on Toshiba connector and shows
good signal coming in.
Any ideas where to start troubleshooting before heading off for another
On Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 12:47:09 PM UTC-5, Snuffy "Hub Cap" McKinney wrote:
What kind of input are you using and what else is available? I've had
consumer electronics where one type of input went kaput, but other
types still worked.
So, if you're using HDMI, and component is available for example, you could
3:56 PMSnuffy "Hub Cap" McKinney wrote:
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"Signal input is BNC from an antenna. "
Is this a TV or a monitor? If it does not
have a RF("ANT") connection on the back
then it's not a TV.
Well, I feel like a first class major league dope. LOL! It was set to
antenna and other settings were OK. So I reset it and it's back to
Many thanks for telling me to check the input - that put me in the menu
leading to resetting.
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