Question about Samsung TXP2675WH 26" TV
I have a 26" Samsung TX-P2675 HDTV. The picture has more green than anything. Red seems to be working fine also but Blue isn't working right. I changed all three Video Amplifiers ICs (TDA6111Q) thinking one was bad but didn't fix the problem. Can anyone help me figure it out? I went through the service mode and tried to adjust it but also didn't work. Any ideas? Thanks for any help.
-Sam sung Blues
This will be a lack of green drive caused either by the green output transistor having failed or no green output from the driver IC. As to which you have depends on how old the TV is. These are located on the CRT base (square type board connected to the neck of the CRT. You would need a multimeter to check the voltages going to the green output on the crt. It is also very possible the CRT is internally faulty giving no green, if this is so, you will need the crt (tube) to be replaced,it is not very economical to do this now a days.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: yesterday my 46" dlp samsung
you can not solve this by your self you must have technication to open the set,,,thir must be some thing wrong,may be deg plug had moved from its place
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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