Proscan tablet is frozen
Check for the reset pin hole on your tablet. Get a paper clip and push it 'gently' in the hole and hold it for thirty seconds. This resets the tablet.
Youdon't want to push hard as there is just a tiny button in there that can get dislodged.
on Jan 03, 2020
There should be a rest set system button , you may have to use a small paper clip unfolded to fit into the area. But that should do it. Good luck
on Nov 26, 2019
My proscan tv has the blue light but wont turn on
Most likely it's the power supply board that went out. (part of it still works is why you get the blue LED when you plug it in.)
If you decide to try to fix it yourself, BE CAREFUL! The power supply board has capacitors that can hold high voltages for many hours after the TV's been unplugged.The equivalent of sticking your finger in a light socket.
You'll need the part number off the power supply to get a replacement.
on Nov 04, 2019
My proscan has sound but no picture what is the problem
After turning off the power, disconnect everything from the power outlets or surge protector. Wait for several minutes while all residual power exits the system. Return all the devices to power and turn everything back on. Check the television to determine whether it works properly
on Sep 07, 2019
Want to hook up an external antenna but am unsure of the TV configuration. I have settings of TV; AV, Svideo; YPbPr and PC. have settings such as STD; AIR; HRC and ?. What are the correct setting
You need to connect the coaxial cable from the antenna to the TV's coaxial RF (TV) connection. (Really old antennas may need a signal adapter - 300 Ohm to 75 Ohm.) Then make sure that the current video source (sometimes labeled Input) is set to TV. On the later Proscan PLED1526A, there is an Input button on both the TV and the remote to cycle through the list of video source options. Enter the menu of the TV (on screen display). Now you should be able to find a sub-menu for setting the channel information. Using the newer model above, you may have a Channel option. Use the left/right arrows to reach that. Then press the Enter to enter the sub-menu. Navigate to Signal Type with the up/down arrows and set this to Air for over the air channels. (Use the left/right arrows to select the signal type and press Enter.) I believe the HRC is for certain cable systems. Then try the Auto Channel Search.
Note: if the TV was manufactured before 2007, it may only have a NTSC tuner. In that case, you'll need a set-top OTA converter box (ATSC to NTSC) to get most channels. Only low-power stations are still broadcasting the NTSC signals. Depending on the model, you can connect this to the RF port of the TV or the AV (composite video) or the YPbPr (component video) source with the appropriate cables. Change the TV input as needed. Then scan for channels following the directions for the converter box.
I hope this helps.
on Jul 22, 2019
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