Question about Televison & Video
I have a vertical white line (band), approx 4" from right side. Very easy to see when background is dark. When watching in HD or wide screen it is very noticable. Image in side that band is darker. In other aspects the band is outside the "box" and line (band) cannot be seen. Any Ideas? Cannot get Hisense Tech Support to return calls.
Do a factory default reset to this set. You can get details about how to do this, from its user manual. If it does not help you, the t'Con bard [Timing Control Board] may need replacement.
The board sill look like this.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a videocon 42
What you need is known as a "Z buffer" or "address buffer".
It is a board located UNDER the display.
Can't tell you the board number because you do not mention the TV model, but if you are up to replacing it yourself you better get to there anyway and see the model printed on the board itself.
There are usually two boards underneat in the 42'' models, sometimes three, but usually two.
You need to find the one located where the vertical line shows and replace it.
Replacement is not hard, but requires a bit more unscrewing because those boards are usually covered by metal shielding / heatsink, which usually has quite a few metal screws.
Other than that, though, it is not hard.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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