I don't even know how to describe this... sometimes I get no picture at all and the menu options appear "curved" on the screen. Sometimes the screen goes insane with different colors flashing all over the place. Sometimes I lose vertical or horizontal hold. Sometimes it appears that only the red/blue/green lamps is working.
Sometimes, albeit very rarely, it works JUST FINE.
The solution is to turn it off and turn it back on, but the problem persists soon thereafter.
Has anybody encountered something like this? I'm desperate for help.
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Re: Major screen problem with 46H83 - HELP!
The convergence IC first need to be changed and this might cause all of your problems to go away. if it does not then theres a bad capacitor in the sweep power supply thats bad also. but as I said change out both STK convergence IC's first.
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The picture should be free of horizontal lines. If the lines are present on the TV screen, press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > SUPPORT > Picture Test. This menu will appear on the test picture. Select which option best describes the result you have.
The picture should be free of horizontal lines. If the lines are present on the TV screen, press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > SUPPORT > Picture Test. This menu will appear on the test picture. Select which option best describes the result you have!
t is easy to
add a background picture by using the Watermark feature. First,
you will click on “Page Layout”.
In that menu bar (or ribbon), click on
“Watermark”. A window menu will open. At the
bottom of that window menu, click on
In the new
menu that opens, check “Picture Watermark”,
then “Select Picture” to
find an image file on your computer to use. You have the option to have
the picture look faded, as a watermark, or displayed in its full color.
Check “Washout” for the
faded option, or uncheck, to view the background picture in its
You will then
need to choose the size of your background picture, by selecting one of
the options under “Scale”.
To remove the
watermark, simply click “Watermark”,
and choose the “Remove Watermark”
Even if you
don’t choose the “Washout” option, the background image will appear faded while you are
working on your page. But, if you view the page through
“Page Preview”, you can see
how the background will look when printed.
To get to the "Page
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Button on the upper left hand corner of the Word 2007 screen. Move
your cursor over the "Print" option, and another menu will open to its
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OK, need to go to service menu of TV and adjust HPOS data, you can move entire picture left to right or right to left to adjust it on TV screen. Be careful NOT to initialize service data memory otherwise all convergence will be a mess. How to go into Service Mode is written in service manual of TV. Thanks.
if you go to the menu on your tv it should show picture you may need to snoop around for it but its there and when you do find it adjust it untill you got a nice picture about the tv not being full on the screen try buying wide sceen movies it should help but the adjustments should help the most
Hi Adrien, the easiest way to set a picture as a Windows background is to open the picture in your web browser and right click on it. A menu box should appear, about half way down you should see an option labeled *Set as Background*. Left click on that option and Windows will automatically use that picture as you background image and tile it to fill your entire desktop. Alternatively if you have Windows XP and use the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer program to display the picture the process is the same except when you right click on the picture the selection will be *Set as Desktop Background*. When you select that option it will do the same thing. If you don?t like the tiled effect right click on the desktop and select properties from the popup menu. In the display properties box that appears click on the Desktop tab, and in the lower right hand corner you will see a field labeled *Position*. Left click on the pull down arrow and select center or stretch, depending on what effect you want.
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