LCD TV not working in COLD
So I got a new 17" PYLE widescreen LCD tv this summer. Worked great for several months. Turned it on for the first time this weekend (winter camping and we wanted to play some Guitar Hero ;-) and the screen is almost solid black, with just some very faint images.
According to the manual the screen will get 'dark and slow' below 10 degrees C, and that this is normal, and it will return to normal operation when warmed up. Well that sucks! Isn't 10 Celcius about 50 Fahrenheit? Does that mean I have to go to AZ or FL to play guitar hero in the winter?
To make it worse I heated the van to a nice tropical 75 degrees for several hours, and the TV has yet to return to a normal picture. Anyone else seen this? More importantly, does anyone have an LCD that does NOT have problems in the cold?
Is the PYLE TV just a pile? Any good recommendations on 17" widescreen/flip/rotate TV's? I'm bummed. I was loving this setup and now it looks like I gotta go spend more $. Thanks in advance...
Truckee, Lake Tahoe, CA
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