Originally Posted by dlplover
If you get a repair, I'd probably make them do an in-home repair and don't let it out of your sight. Repair places can be hit or miss and while some treat sets properly, others just toss them in the back of a pickup when they're transporting.
A year later, but I finally got this done. Basically, my HDMI port had fried out. Teetering on the edge of warranty ending, I opted to have the board replaced under warranty. The warranty company and local Pioneer repairman were great to deal with. Ordered the replacement part over the phone when I explained the problem, came out to my house a week later and installed it in less than 30 minutes. No problems with it and now, both my HDMI inputs are working. Bad
news is that I seem to have lost my ISF-Day/Night calibration modes that were done by D-Nice @ 2 years ago when I had him calibrate my set. Any way to get them "back", or since the board was completely replaced, am I looking at a re-calibration ? Right off the bat, I realized how much I missed the ISF-Day/Night settings......
Thanks in advance.