My topic has not been posted before and I have searched forums, my TV is behaving differently than described by others. I am getting a pixelated green screen with lines when using streaming services. It is also a frozen picture of the thing last played. I’ve had this issue in CBS All Access and YouTube. Even stranger I went from one YouTube video with the green screen image of CBS All Access, closed the app, tried again with another YouTube video and had the same pixelated and lined green screen but with the image of the other YouTube video I tired. I have a Roku built in TV I bought at Best Buy in 2017, no extended warranty from BB but with low playtime:
- Roku Insignia TV 7301X
- Insignia Model NS-43DR620NA18
- Serial Number yN006P123756
- 9.4.0 - build 4200-31
- Device ID 8M6826123756
- Uptime 8 days 17 hours 35 min
I have nothing connected to my TV except for an antenna and a DVD player using HDMI. I have not been using the DVD player and the antenna is not having this issue at all. Only with streaming. My boomer dad keeps saying it’s the internet but this does NOT look like an internet problem. I keep telling him if there were WiFi issues that as far as I know the TV would just display a message about WiFi and the screen wouldn’t look like this. It is currently intermittent but becoming more frequent.
This is shown when trying to stream video through a streaming app. It is intermittent.
You are correct, and even after reset, etc., it keeps coming back. There are similar complaints on other sites as well - something is wrong with the TCL / Roku combination... Personally I will be pursuing a replacement or refund as this is def not what I bargained for... :/
Best of luck! Let me know what comes of it, I hope to find out what’s wrong someday. I have been chatting with Roku support over email with no luck for about a week. My solution was to buy a new TV, this one is a Best Buy brand/Roku TV and is out of warranty. Which sucks because it’s only three years old! I bought a ‘43 LG UN7300 to replace it and I’m hoping to be satisfied with that. I have my Roku in a bright room and heard that model performs better in that environment. Otherwise I also had my eye on the Samsung QLED TV’s and Sony’s X800H.