Question by  Katydid127 (26)

Can you help me troubleshoot my LCD picture?

I am having problems with my LCD picture.


Answer by  MikeG (1650)

If you are noticing small blotches, this is most likely dead pixels, there is no fix for this other than replacing the screen. If you have burnt in images, turn it to a channel with snow on it and leave it on for 12 hours.


Answer by  Mslater (197)

Try turning you monitor off. It make take as little as a few hours or as much as a few days.


Answer by  Mandy59 (242)

If you look in your manual that came with the TV, you will be able to find a troubleshooting section that should give a few different common problems. If your issue isn't in the manual, then you can always call the company it came from and ask their technical assistance people.


Answer by  PA (23)

There could be a boat load of different problems. First off, if you have dish or your S-video. Make sure you have it in the right hole.. Next connect any and all video/audio cords. If this does not help, try adjusting the settings in the main menu. If all else fails, Bring it back to the retailer.


Answer by  TOEKNEEJEE (310)

yeaaaahhh, you see there are lots of different settings for LCD picture, it all depends on the model and manufacturer; look for a menu button at best.


Answer by  turker297 (87)

Many problems can affect your LCD picture. Changing settings on your TV (e.g. brightness, audio delay) can improve the picture. Some problems may be related to reception, so better cabling or a different TV provider can help. Your TV may also have physical defects that only a factory could repair.


Answer by  Bmw (23)

It can be easily solved by using the defaul or auto adjust button. It automatically adjust the picture quality. Increasing the colour or brightness will also help to improve the picture quality


Answer by  rnovikoffgmailcom (1722)

The best thing to do is to open the MENU option in your TV and do auto adjust for all of the properties, will fix picture.


Answer by  Anonymous

At the top, lower right corner and at the bottom the picture is blue pixels , not black or in color.

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