Has anyone had issues with the terminal connection between the evolution kit and TV being crappy? When I got mine, I actually had to remove my TV from the wall mount, which was a really fun time doing it alone (NOT). Doing so, I was able to verify both visually and physically that the connection was solid. However, after getting the TV back on the mount, and then doing all of the updating stuff, after it ran and I watched TV for maybe 20 minutes, the picture went out. I got up, and placed my hand lightly on the evolution module, and my TV turned on and off. Then it tried to run the setup again. I noticed that it was VERY hot to the touch. I don't know what issue that it could have. I followed the instructions down to the letter. I don't know if there is a way to verify if the module is defective or jacked up, or if the terminal port on the TV is damaged. I didn't get the previous evolution kit, so my TV still had the cover sticker on the back. I didn't want anything happening to the TV itself, as obviously it costs way more than the module. I really don't know what I can do about it now.
Any suggestions, comments, advice on the matter?...
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