|Post 1 made on Friday January 18, 2002 at 01:47|
put one in a raiseable cabinet with DVD and VCR tucked in side compartments, cable box in a ventilated compartment behind the tv, and HD decoder slipped in behind the monitor...
The thing has been going dim for the last month- it's 6 months old... The tv gets plenty of air so heat's not a problem... Does anyone have any experience with this particular TV (22" 16:9 LCD TV, model TC-22LT1)?
The product line was brand new when we installed it, so i'm not hopeful here...
We can do it my way, or we can do it my way while I yell. The choice is yours.
|Post 2 made on Friday January 18, 2002 at 22:45|
|Post 3 made on Saturday February 2, 2002 at 17:20 |
I came across your message while trying to look up some discrete codes for the unit in question (ie. TC-22LT1 - and still looking...). I've only had my set for only a little over 2 months and have not experienced your problem ... yet (..gulp..). However, I do recall reading some marketing material that suggested that it has a light sensor of some type in order to automatically vary its brigtness. I couldn't find any reference to that in the manual nor could I find anything on the unit that resemble a light sensor (as if though I knew what I was looking for...). I'll ask around to some folks I know who may have an answer or, at least, where to go to find some help. Let me know if you've come across any solutions.
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