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Enter into menu, go to picture settings, and select the system settings option, and make this adjust to "Auto". If it too do not help you, contact any service technician. Will be a fault in the main board. Gopakumar Gopalan Google
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On the backside of your satellite receiver, you will notice a bunch of connections. If you already have your coaxial satellite cable connected to the INPUT on the receiver, leave it connected.Disconnect and remove the cable connecting the receiver to the television. Grab your A/V composite wires and insert them into the Audio/Video OUTPUTS on the back of the satellite receiver. These are color-coded connections--red to red, white to white and yellow to yellow. The red and white connections are your audio feeds and the yellow is for your video. Look on the backside of your DVD/VCR dual recorder. You will see similar connections. Connect the other end of the composite wires to the Audio/Video INPUTS on the DVD/VCR dual recorder. With a second set of A/V composite wires, connect one end to the DVD/VCR dual recorder's A/V OUTPUT and the other end to the television's A/V INPUT. Again, be sure to follow the color code. Also, if your television has more than one available input, be sure to know to which one you made the connections (A/V 1, A/V 2, etc.)
Next, tune your television to the proper input channel. Look on the television's remote control for a button that is labeled "Inputs" or "A/V." Press it until you see the correct A/V channel appear on the screen. If you made your connections in A/V 1, then the TV should display "A/V 1" in the corner . Now, just turn your equipment on and settle back to watch your favorite show or DVD
Hi, u have clearly mentioned that u are able to hear the sound from ur television. So the audio port of ur tv has no problem. The problem is that the picture tube of ur tv has damaged totally. Video output port has lost its ability to display on screen. If u are in a option of repairing ur tv its better to get a new picture tube or else if u opt for purchasing ur new television its well and good. but the cost for replacing ur new picture tube costs more.
Hi i have a similar problem but instead of the audio its the colors reds look purple oranges look kinda tan blues look green etc please if you have the factory values for my model tv which is kv32fv300 please post them up thank you!
The screen voltage adjustment should be on the back of the high voltage multiplier. It should be marked as "Screen", or "G2". Next to it, is the "Focus" adjustment.
Some models of Sony sets have two focus adjustments. This is for H and V focus.
When increasing the screen voltage will usually increase the wear factor of the electron-gun assembly in the CRT. This is because it is increasing the screen bias current.
When increasing the screen bias, the brightness will increase a little. When the CRT is weak, this may produce visible retrace lines more so than on a good working CRT. This is because the excessive screen current will stop allowing the electron-gun assembly to work at its proper cut-off level in order to allow the blanking drive to bias it off during the retrace period.
Increasing the screen bias will usually cause a shift in the colour temperature especially in the low level gray colours. This is because the AKG reference for the electron-gun biases will be offset due to the differences in the electron gun performance characteristics change.
Not easily, unless you can provide more detailed troubleshooting data.
What test equipment do you have and know how to use???
If you can "assist" with the troubleshooting I am certain that you can recieve repair suggestions.