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The colors red and green shifted right

My TV worked fine until 3 days ago. It never runs for more than 1 hour per day as it is in my bedroom. I turned it on and the main picture is correct but the red and green have slid over so now none of the colors are correct. I have tried every button under settings, including factory reset. I know most TVs have that red and green horizontal and vertical setting that can be adjusted, I can't seem to find anything like that on mine. HELP!!!

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  • fraukraut Nov 07, 2008

    This tv was also wall mounted by my husband, who is unable to help with fixing due to deployment. I need a way to fix this myself, in other words, simple solutions (if possible)? It weighs a ton, too heavy to take down alone.

  • fraukraut Nov 07, 2008

    it's more than a green tinge, the colors red and green are both off by about 4 inches. like someone took the picture into two layers and slid the top layer over. the only numbers I am able to find on the back as car as model/serial are

    FMP115MF

    LR2E-32 05FA00043

  • fraukraut Nov 07, 2008

    it is a SOYO

  • fraukraut Nov 11, 2008

    My TV worked fine until a little over a week ago. It never runs for more than 1 hour per day as it is in my bedroom. I turned it on and the main picture is correct, but now none of the colors are correct. It's like all of the colors have slid off the main picture. I have tried every button under settings, including factory reset. I know most TVs have that red and green horizontal and vertical setting that can be adjusted, I can't seem to find anything like that on mine. This tv was also wall mounted by my husband, who is unable to help with fixing due to deployment. I need a way to fix this myself, in other words, simple solutions (if possible)? It weighs a ton, too heavy to take down alone. It's more than a green tinge problem, the colors are all off by about 4 inches. Like someone took the picture into two layers and slid the top layer over. The only numbers I am able to find on the back as far as model/serial are:

    FMP115MF
    LR2E-32 05FA00043

    This is all for a SOYO tv... HELP!!!

  • fraukraut Nov 11, 2008

    I also have no user manual, we bought this tv from a friend also in the Military, we have since lost touch.

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Please mention model and brand of your TV to see its schematics for solution.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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    Shahid Electronics Nov 07, 2008

    Please check its user manual and write exact model and brand here as we have seen hundreds of TV model and brands and can't figure out what TV you have. Try to understand.




  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Nov 07, 2008

    The number you provided FMP115MF is wall mount for tv. see it HERE

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Nov 11, 2008

    Model number usually written on label at rear of TV sets. Please check model number there and let me know to help you out.


  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Nov 11, 2008

    Do you have basic electronics and little bit TV repair knowledge?

    Description of symptoms shows its failure of electronics parts and tv requires defected parts replacement to present correct colored picture.

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Company name you using????

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    vinodh umaiayar Nov 07, 2008

    Hi



    A green tinge can be a tube fault, but if you post the model number of
    the TV someone with a little more knowledge might be able to help.

  • vinodh umaiayar
    vinodh umaiayar Nov 07, 2008

    The power supply from the amp is acting like a magnet. Try the amp on a
    lower shelf or move it away from the TV to see if the colour staining
    reduces. You'll need to let the set degauss itself. Power off at the
    wall switch for approx 30 mins then switch on. You should hear a sort
    of 'bong' sound as the degaussing coil fires.

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    vinodh umaiayar Nov 07, 2008

    Your CCFL lamp has reached "end-of-life". They go red when they are old.

    You can get replacement lamps here: http://jkllamps.com/index.cfm?action=fam...

    They can also help you with the job, better consult them before ordering anything.

    Good luck

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The settings are on the main board the tv needs to be opened to make it clear.

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Unless you are a qualified TV repair person with access to the technical manuals and electronic test equipment for your set you are wasting your effort, this is not an adjustment problem, it is a circuit board failure issue, the cost of repairing these newer sets is so high that replacement is the best option in all but a few cases, go ahead and rate this thanks for trying but the info I have given is correct.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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