Posted by beyond help on Aug 25, 2008We had the above posting on FIXYA. Our original problem we posted was that our TV would not stay on. After about a week the TV did stay on and it is working now, BUT our convergence is WAY OFF now. On the convergence II, the red and blue will not line up & on the right side of the screen we can move the red & blue horizontally, but not vertically. The color on the TV is all off now and there is a lot of blue & red outlining of objects. If you can help us we'd be VERY grateful, but we cannot afford to take it somewhere to get it fixed. Is there something we can do ourselves??? - beyond help
Yes if u can find someone that can solder a part in that is all u need to do .u need to replace the convergence ic and when u replace them u will u can set the convergances with your remote control now the cost for the parts is about 20 to $ 40.00 dollars just for the parts and i dont know what the part number is without the service diagram but it is very easy to put the parts in there is no adjusting in the back everything is on your remote that u need. i hope this will hp u marty
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Main board fault. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
At best described, your unit is getting RFI (radio frequency interference) or basic electrical noise. Such could be brought about by other electronic devices physically near the Samsung flat panel LCD TV which may include (but not be limited to wireless phones, electronic ballast of florescent lamps, VCR/DVD/Gaming consoles with Channel 3/4 outputs.
Possible corrective actions:
the simplest, move such devices away;
try using a power filtered strip;
try plugging other devices in another wall outlet.
The technically correct procedure would be to improve the shielding of all these devices including the Samsung but that would be beyond normal user actions. Additionally, it should have been addressed in the manufacturer's design in the first place.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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this is mostly in the eye of the one who thinks they need one!
12 months of age 60% its purchase price if it is in good working condition 24 months 50% 36 months 25-30% 48 months 10-15%
Beyond that it will be heritage listed and bring twice the price of its original outlay and be sought after by Mitsubishi who will be amazed that they actually made a TV that lasted that long. The average life of amy Mitsubishi and quite a few other modern Tv's is about 3 years before they require huge repair expenditure. Often better to update wvery 12 months if you can afford it as they are not built to last like the old CRT's that will still deliver on a set top box long after plasmas and rear projections have been retired.
If you have the Sony remote go into the customer menu and select either setup or the part that determines if you have the set in the AIR or CABLE band.
In the air band the set is only going to get the first 2-13 channels.
Once you find it use the remote to select cable or CATV--(same thing).
Once it shows you are in the CATV mode(I presume you have cable etc) if you still do not get any channels above 13 look for the AUTOPROGRAM FEATURE and engage it with the remote==the set will scan thru and pick up all the available channels.
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Initially, the displayed message "No Signal" indicates just that, there is no intelligent signal being received. This could be through the Cable/RF/ANT INPUT or through any of the video/auxiliary inputs. This could however, be also interpreted as that the incoming signal is not compatible with the system or within its capability. Example would be an incoming video signal with a high resolution above and beyond that of the TV's.
Might you post back with the brand and model of the TV as well as the signal source that activates the "No Signal" error/message.
Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.
Will send it out post haste... But be VERY careful inside the hyper module you can easily lift the traces when trying to remove the smd caps and ruin the module beyond repair...
Just send me a private mail and I'll return with the service manual.
Your computer is set to a resolution supported by your dell monitor but not the flat screen tv.
The easiest way to get it working is to turn the computer off, connect the flat panel to the computer and then turn the computer on.
To change the resolution of the flat-panel or monitor, right-click on the desktop, click on properties and then select the settings tab.
play with the screen resolution and find one that works best by trying each one and clicking apply. If you select a resolution not supported by your flat panel, computer will automatically revert to the previous resolution in 15 secs.