Most frequent questions and answers
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- Make sure your the video source on your TV (cable/satellite box, streaming device, or antenna) is on and that your cables are connected securely and properly.
- On your TV remote, click the Input or Source button to see if there’s a signal coming from another source connected to your TV, such as a streaming player or game console. If you can’t find a signal or picture or any other port , go to the next step.
- Reset the video source and TV by unplugging both of them for about 10 seconds. You can also unplug the HDMI cables. Then re-plug everything and reconnect your cables.
- If none of the previous steps work, it is possible that your connected device is the problem.
- Check to make sure the power cord is securely plugged into your wall outlet or power strip. Also check that the power strip is securely plugged into the outlet. Make sure your power strip/surge protector is either functioning or has not tripped by replacing it with either a new one, or plug your TV directly into a known working outlet to see if this corrects the problem.
- Check that your remote controls batteries are in working order or that it is charged.
- Try turning the volume up or down or accessing the TV menu. If you can see the volume change or the menu on the screen but the screen is still black, your TV is on but you you may be having an issue with your device (blu-ray, roku) and not the TV. Remember to check and replace all HDMI cables to be sure.
- Make sure the cables and cords are attached securely to both TV and device.
- Reboot your Device/Streaming box and see if that corrects the problem.
- Switch to a different source on your TV (HDMI1, HDMI2). If the TV is still flickering, you could have an issue with your TV itself and need maintenance. Contact your TV manufacturer for help to get started.
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- First thing, try a different source and see if you have sound. If you do, then it is specific to the device you were using. If that device has it’s own remote, make sure it isn’t muted. Too many remotes can get confusing. If that source is the only one still not getting sound, it could be your device.
- Make sure your cables are connected and secure. You may want to switch out an HDMI cable with a newer one to make sure that isn’t causing the issue.
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