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Re: Sanyo TV 29 Inchs
Sounds like you lost your video. Causes could be a vodeo switching IC, a PIP module if the set has PIP Or a fault in the video jungle IC. To fix this problem I would highly recomend you take the set to a trained service person, as there are safety issues to deal with , as these sets hold alot of hi voltage even after the sets unplugged. Better safe then sorry. Good Luck
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d12-100 box does not have an hdmi port what it does have is a problem the signal level coming out of the box is to high install a 4 way splitter between the box and the tv line out of the box to the in of the splitter any port out of the splitter to the tv the problem you are having is called ghosting
This is the deal. Your picture tube is going out. How thick is the line. As it gets wider that will tell you how much more time you have. Was the TV dropped? There is a way to adjust this but you have to get into the back of the TV and if the static discharge is not done properly it will kill you. Don't mess with it. It is now cheaper to buy another TV on craigslist or your local paper than trying to repair it. Hope this helps. JimmyC
Return it to the seller for a warranty claim or at least contact them to have the reapair done by callout. Warranty calls are not charged. Samsung are a very good company and have excellent service for faults. This is not a simple fix for a DIY .
It depends, the center line you speak of, does it go from side to side? Or top to bottom? Side to side you have problems in the vertical circuit. Top to bottom you have a problem in the horizontal circuit. Not picture tube problem. If it is an analog tv and depending on how old it is. What an estimate and the actual repair would be you are better off buying a new one.
Are you sure this is only while watching tv with the reciver?? Try watching a dvd or video. Sounds like a burn in line on a tube or lcd type projection set. Let us know please and a picture would help if possible?