|09-12-2008||Not sure why you gave me a link to the owner's manual (which I already have). This seems to be beyond a simple user menu potion. Thanks.|
|09-12-2008||Play a DVD. The problem lies with dish no work. Sony's tend to be less forgiving. Cycle through the picture mode to see if this helps. How are you hooded up? Coax? Composite?|
|09-12-2008||Samsung LTP227WX/XAA 22" LCD HDTV||I actually kept prying and it finally came off.
Thanks for the quick responses.|
|09-12-2008||How's the picture playing an external input?|
|09-12-2008||Bad T-con board or bad panel. T-con is worth a try.|
|09-12-2008||Change C14147 1.5 uf in the power supply. If that doesn't fix it, bad flyback.|
|09-12-2008||Better luck posting in the unlock forum.|
|09-12-2008||Hi Minnie, DVD's play fine. Sorry, but in working through your typo's, please confirm that you are saying that Dish may be the problem??? And you are also saying that if that is true, then Sony's color correction circuits tend to not be as hardy as some |
|09-12-2008||Why user's manual||First, your original post didn't say you had consulted the user's manual.
Second, that manual would have the answer(s) to : "Is this something("this") TV should automatically correct for? If so, what is that function called?" and &|
|09-12-2008||Re: Novice needs help||If you need location(s) of part(s), The Model &/or Chassis number would be required.|
|09-12-2008||I know that you guys are trying to be helful. but, I have never seen an owner manual tell you that a TV has corrective circuits that should accomodate any channel-to-channel differences and state the circuit names, let alone when it does not have a relate|
|09-12-2008||Minnie's mentioned "Dish Nework" is source of problem ??? but you had already said didn't have this problem with RCA tv. Same S-video hookup on that?|
|09-12-2008||No problem with the RCA on S-Video with Dish Network. Maybe I should try composite. Maybe no TV is perfect as the RCA (prior to its untimely death) always had a blooming problem. I won't miss that!
I have the Pic Mode on Movie. Not as bright or contr|
|09-12-2008||I get the little ones, no issue (how about my earlier "helful" instead of helpful!! that's a goodun. :wink:|
|09-12-2008||I call dish network dish dish no work. S video bypasses the tuner. There is no luminance correction. Try composite video or channel 3 through coax. Better yet this is an HD ready set. Get the HD box. The tuner can at least attempt gain correction.|
|09-12-2008||Try local stations via antenna or cable.|
|09-12-2008||No cable since I have Dish. Outside antenna? Hmmmm. I will see if I can find that coax lead.
Minnie, so there is a history with you and Dish that I am not aware of. Diss'n Dish... has a ring to it. We have had pretty good service from Dish except for t|
|09-12-2008||LG TV||Presume IS set for "Broadcast" - NOT "Cable"|
|10-12-2008||[quote:9cc8187bc9="Justmanuals"]Don't you think it just might help if you posted the model and chassis number?
Don't you think you would be more helpful if you were less sarcastic? This isn't my first rod|
|10-12-2008||[quote:8ae4548891="TvPassion"]I do get the same failure. I tried by replacing the tuner twice but apparently nothing change.
Do you know where to get RK-21CC40mx schematic or any tip about this failure?
|10-12-2008||Why model or chassis number is required!||c14147 [email protected]|
|10-12-2008||I have a Sony KP 48v75 that flashes the standby light continuosly when plugged in AND when I pwr it up there is no picture and a burning smell. One day I turned it on and heard a strange sound and saw a blue color on the screen and then it went dead. No|
|10-12-2008||The picture is coming from a Laptop computer with a DVD player using, the tv is treated as an alternate monitor. I discussed this with my brother,(owns the TV) and he said that even when the TV has a regular DVD hooked up it is better than antenna televi|
|10-12-2008||Thanks for the reply.
I'm going to ask some silly questions now.
Would you know off-hand where the horizontal transistor is located (PSU, video, RGB)?
By release the Tr, you mean remove it from the board?
Where is the B+ fly back and the regul|
|10-12-2008||To (maybe) clarify what LJ told you||All this assumes you have some means of measuring resistance and voltage. How much experience desoldering/soldering have you had? Still want to try? Regulator (in Power Supply) provides B+ (usually 120 - 140 volts) through a winding in the Flyback to the|
|10-12-2008||mercedes sound 4000 Manual||Hi to all! Does anybody has the manual for mercedes sound 4000 in English? If yes, please send it to [email protected]|
|10-12-2008||New bigger rooftop antenna?||Was the picture EVER acceptable? On each and every "local" channel or are only the lower numbered channels "unusable?" (To produce a GOOD picture: Higher numbered channels require less signal/Lower numbered channels require more signal|
|10-12-2008||Re: edit||I noticed that too. I've seen the "edit button" during Private Message posts.
FAQ - Under "Posting Issues":
How do I edit or delete a post?
Unless you are the board admin or forum moderator you can only edit or delete your|
|10-12-2008||Sound like you haven't experience, jts1957 explanation is right but remember if you haven't experience, be careful with high voltage.|
|10-12-2008||LG - Check your Private Mail (PM)!|
LJ - Check your Private Mail (PM)!|
|10-12-2008||I had read the FAQ and it at least infers that if logged in, you should be able to edit your own post right after you post it and that is not happening every time (only 2 out of 5 times). Seems pretty random.|
|10-12-2008||I've ONLY seen the "edit button" when viewing a Private Message I've just posted.
I don't recall [color=red:4f0ef9015c]EVER[/color:4f0ef9015c] seeing one at any point during a regular post.
On a somewhat similar train ... Can you browse th|
|10-12-2008||Thank you so much for the detailed answer.
I'll have a go at it over the weekend.
I might not have experience of pulling a TV apart, but I'm willing to learn, and have done lots of work inside of computers, including how to measure voltages, ohms, amp|
|10-12-2008||On my computer, this thread has run for 2 pages now with one my posts at the top of each. Odd as it seems, the only two of my posts that I can edit are the ones that are at the top of each page! Maybe you have to be the OP to get the edit button. Everyone|
|10-12-2008||The bottom of the forum page says
"You [b:0b54d13a21]can [/b:0b54d13a21]edit your posts in this forum"
"You [b:0b54d13a21]can [/b:0b54d13a21]delete your posts in this forum"
Not happening. Is there a webmaster link somewhere or |
|10-12-2008||When you first log in you are on the Home/Forum selection page. Right upper quadrant.|
|10-12-2008||Same place you select "View your posts" and "view posts since last visit".|
|10-12-2008||try taking the side off the player. i had thi problem, its probably one of the levers inside just sticking a bit with use.|
|10-12-2008||Never saw that (or needed that) before. When I choose View Unanswered Posts I only get page 1. Page 2 and every page thereafter says "No topics or posts met your search criteria". Same for you? Maybe overwhelmed by the number of pages (684)?|
|10-12-2008||Sony KP-57WV600 Blue CRT driver board||Hello everyone. My dad bought a KP57WV600 tv that had a known convergence issue with the red CRT. I've since repaired that problem by adjusting the voltage pot for the red crt. After that though, the picture still didn't look right. Things that were s|
I've PM'd Minnie few days ago. Minnie said he PM'd admin., but still no cure.
At least proves I'm not the only one affected. I thought it might be because I'd just joined recently or something else I was doing wrong. Maybe if more users PM'|
|10-12-2008||I had seen in the Feedback forum that a similar Edit issue from 2006 went totally unanswered!! So I PM'd the Administator directly a few minutes ago since the Feedback Forum appears to be ineffective. I included your View Unanswered Posts issue, as well.|
|10-12-2008||Re: lamp||NL = Neon Lamp.
80V if I remember correctly is the voltage it "comes on" at. It is used similar to a spark gap, for excessive voltage.|