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Old 2011-10-27, 05:57 PM   #16
Francois Caron
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LOL! It's always the simplest things that cause the most problems!

Nice to hear it's finally fixed!
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Old 2012-11-13, 05:52 PM   #17
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Default "No Input Selection Available" fix

Hi Raider, Just wanted to post a thank you for the last update regarding your "Input Selection" problem. My TV had the identical problem and when I pulled the back cover off, sure enough there were two pinched wires that were grounding out to the TV frame. All I had to do was tape them up and reposition them away from the little plastic 'crimper' that was squeezing them to the metal TV frame. Problem gone, big thanks again!

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Old 2012-12-07, 04:05 PM   #18
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Default RE: lock up of video playing using USB drives

Originally Posted by raider View Post
update: sharp tech came out today, they ordered me a new keypad (side of tv) and when he removed the cover, we saw that the wire was being pinched underneath, therfore caused the problems. Would scroll thru menu automatically, lock the remote, no input signal message always showing...

he replaced the board anyways, but whole problem was the wire leading into the keypad was pinched down under a plastic part...

well I guess better than replacing entire main board.

Anyways, problem solved, matter of 5 minutes, lol.
Are you noticing any lock up of video playing using USB drives on this model? Not trying to hijack your thread, but you should consider my threads issues with your TV. It's always good to compare notes!
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