10-19-2016 04:03 AM
01-01-2017 12:09 AM
01-01-2017 12:49 AM
Insignia is owned by Best Buy.
In less than a year the power supply had failed on a minimually used TV.
In my opinion it is a design flaw.
Luckily for me mine was still under warrenty even though I had no receipt they were able to look it up and actually replaced it with a newer model, hopefully with a fixed power supply.
So far so good (knock wood).
01-03-2017 02:33 PM
I literally plugged mine in, right out of the box - red light, won't turn on. Spend a half hour trying to get it to go on, finally does. Turn it off. Come to watch it again, same ordeal. This is a pretty disappointing product if I have to go through plugging and unplugging it, hitting all the power buttons, trying a dozen times, every time I want to watch TV.
01-03-2017 07:14 PM
No Insignia, ah I mean Best Buy will not admit it is a design flaw.
I have not see any post from Jon or Ryan since February.
At best they sounded like a typical IT person anyway. (my apologiges to real IT people)
The first thing they tell you to do is unplug wait 30 seconds then power back on.
How well has that worked? Design flaw!
01-04-2017 11:47 AM
Unplugging and plugging it back in works for me. Just when I have to do it every single time I go to use the TV, it's completely impractical. Fortunately I just bought it (yes, the problem for me was from day one out of the box), and I can still return it.
01-05-2017 08:11 AM
My Insignia TV keeps shutting off. It still is BLUE but there is no program it happens constantly I can turn the power on and off from red to blue and back to red no problem but the screen is just black and blank when it is blue . it sometimes happens after a few minutes and if u reset the power it doesnt even work sometimes i have to unplug it for 30 min and then i can turn it back on. it is frustrating and no way to watch television i cant even watch a tv show episode without the screen going black. please help