I am having trouble with my color on my RCA D52W136D. the color green is gone. when i watch football, the turf isnt green, and when i watch baseball and the grass is as brown as the dirt on the infield. what can i do to solve this problem. thanks for your time.
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The wires/colors in a category 5e cable run in pairs. They should be tightly twisted together, mostly white with a blue tracer. mostly blue with a white tracer- mostly white with an orange tracer- mostly orange with a white tracer, mostly white with a green tracer- mostly green with a whte tracer, and mostly white with a brown tracer- mostly brown with a white tracer.The jack you have sounds like a standard telephone or cat. 3 jack. If the jack is being used for a standard telephone line, you'll need to connect one of the wire pairs(usually the white/blue pair) to the green and red terminals on the jack.Make sure that the same pair is also terminated at the main telephone junction.
A CRT projector requires Convergence and Color balance adjustments from time to time. These settings can drift. What you are seeing is a lack of Green color intensity. Do you see some pink in the 'whites'?
The Green CRT surface also burns off faster than the Red and Blue leaving behind the same appearance. As long as your Green CRT is not too burned by gaming or watching Golf and football, a local tv tech will be able to dial it in for you.
Resolder the connections on the hv transformer. Check and replace the pico fuse beside the transformer. It looks like a little brown box. The middle one is the one. There are 3 together there. 400 ma is the value.
It sounds like the IC that controls the sounds has gone. Once upon a time they used to start with the letters TDA and other sets of letters that would make them instantly recognizable but nowadays it could start with anything so unless you know what you are looking for call out a technician. Good luck.
It sounds like your color processor may have gone bad or at least the circuitry connected to it. To solve this problem you will need a schematic, a digital storage oscilloscope, a signal generator, and a multimeter. Now if you don't know what these devices are and do not have a background in electronics, I would suggest that you take the TV set to a qualified TV repair person. I am not trying to put you down or anything its just that this problem requires that you open up the set and using the schematic trace down the signals that control the LCD screen and find out the condition of the signals that display green. Since green is the result of the algebraic addition of red and blue, you may have a problem in the circuitry that controls that function.
They make two different color wheels for the Rca DLP are you positive you got the right one. As usually its a straight forward install no adjusting needed. Post the chassis number off the back of your set and I will try to help you out with it.
Not sure if you have the same problem I have but my colors are all off too. I have a 52" projection and from calling RCA with my problem (colors off & have shadows) they said all projection tv's color need to be adjusted every so often (which they do not tell you) after purchasing this tv for $1000.00 13 mos ago I have the same problem. It will be approx. 500.00 to fix the problem and I got no where with the RCA 800 number. A friend of mine had the same problem so I am sure its the same. Good Luck!