VaTech Hokie wrote:Clearly it is the xbox360 not premium, as it is the only one with hdmi. I am using the cable that came with it. Its a 42 westy not sure the model number but I will find it.
I have a hunch that it is the 360 as well, the tv can detect when the cord is or isn't unplugged. But why the hell does the component out work perfectly ok.
VaTech Hokie wrote:Nothing has changed, I even reset the tv to no avail. I will check my 360 on the new gfs hdtv this week.
PerfectCr wrote:VaTech Hokie wrote:Nothing has changed, I even reset the tv to no avail. I will check my 360 on the new gfs hdtv this week.
TV model number? 720p? 1080i? Might be a good idea to check! :|
VaTech Hokie wrote:Thanks for the help PerfectCr but it magically started working again! Go Microsoft...it is so similar to its software cousin isn't it. But I still heart it so
FinalAeon wrote:Okay so I'm still having the problem and it doesn't look like it's coming back. I bought this TV from Best Buy about 2 months ago. Does anyone know the return policy on an object of this expense? Best Buy's website says up to 30 days for a refund, but I remember them saying that if the TV went bad, since it's obsolete now, that they would replace it with a TV of equal or greater value. I didn't get any extended warranties or anything, I just paid for the TV+tax and was out. If I'm SOL with Best Buy, what should I do? I have a 1-year manufacturer's warrant but how does that work usually and how much will it probably set me back?
Thanks for the help.
Yeah, particularly since I can't see an obvious way to get this thread to come up in the first couple of pages on google; the threads at avsforum.com and hometheaterforum.com pop up first. It's hard to imagine that someone is paying to astroturf Westinghouse, though.Vrock wrote:It is a bit strange that 4 new posters signed up ostensibly just to post in this thread. Hmm.
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