Toshiba CX21419 tv. I am having trouble with the tv because it's not showing the full picture the top of the screen if extended about 2 inches above where you can see it on the screen. making the tops of everyones heads not to show or if I try to play a video game the power bars don't show up for the characters
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It seems that the vertical sweep section has damaged. Contact any experienced service tech. This is not a user repairable fault. If you wish to get some fault that usually occurs to PTVs, check this link.
Hello Horizontal 'Shift' is the problem to your TV. There are so many causes to this fault. Must troubleshoot from horizontal output section to video IF section. The main board has the trouble. If you can get its mainboard as card basis at your town, it will be best to replace it as card basis. This is the picture of the main baord.
Several possibilities, if you use a set top box to get your signal like a cable box or satellite receiver they will have settings that effect picture size. It could be a high voltage problem inside the TV causing an effect called blooming, if that is it you can usually change brightness and or contrast and see the picture get smaller and larger. I don't recall that set having any customer settings that could give that symptom.
Originally when 16:9 TVs were produced movies were being shot in 16:9 so that you had a full screen. Now they are being shot in 14:9 as it gives you a more cinematic experience. This is due to the fact that colours look more vibrant when they are placed against a colourless/lightless surface (such as a black panel) as for the bars on the side of the screen LuciferStarr is correct; it depends on the format in which the video was originally produced. For example most older television shows are still shown in 4:3 but newer shows and movies are produced in the widescreen format.
hi there, you may have a power supply section trouble, check the biggest electrolytic capacitor in the power supply, the rectifier diode, the regulator, and check for some cold solder, do some test, there is a part to be repalced. ty
This looks like Pincushion problem. nothing you can do. Only a Trained technecian can do this adjustment to reproduce a perfectly aligned image. It requires a pattern Generator and other tools. call the company tech.