Facing TV Problems? Ask a TV Technician.
Hi , I`m JackPerhaps I can help you with this problem but first i would have a few questions starting with the TV's full model number and /or how old is it so could you please send me a reply when you see this ?
O.k and what seems to be the problem right now ?
I take it its a problem with the picture but what ?
I need time to type
Not sure what to tell you here then , I mean is it the tv or only this tv that does that ?
Why would you turn up the backlighting to 100% , seems to me the picture would hurt more that way ???
Did you try the various preset modes in the menu ?
There should be picture presets like cinema, sports , vivid , etc .
Perhaps a softer picture like cinema mode ?
O.k then if this tv actually has a flicker ??
Can you actually see the picture flickering ?
Did you see what I said about a softer picture mode like cinema usually will be much softer than sports mode or vivid for example
No I have never seen this particular non apparent problem , I`ve seen backlighting system flickering and in that case we are talking about a defect but now if it is only the picture that does not agree with you ???
Return the tv and get something else , I`m not sure we are talking about a broken tv and so I have no advice
Sorry but I`m a tech. who deals with harware problems usually and do not have your eyes so I cannot see or feel what you do and again NO I have never seen this type of problem
Nothing more I can say , again I`m a tech. and a problem where I can`t use my meter to diagnose is pretty vague to me and what I call non apparent .
I don`t have your eyes and probably would look at the picture and find nothing wrong with it myself .
Go back to Samsung if this one does not agree with you , in any case vizio is a low end full of problems brand name
No problems , wish i had another answer for you but this is not exactly the type of technical problems i`m used to deal with and i frankly think the only solution for you will be to get something else than vizio , may be a blessing in disguise here