Question about Vizio L37 Television
Whenever a picture is on the screen for awhile (dvd menu, tv guide, etc.) it gets burned into the screen for a couple of minutes and eventually goes away. maybe i just need a new bulb?
Well my friend, first try to set the color and tint lower as soon as is possible, if not you will need a new bulb for sure, and that is not cheap.
This problem has many causes, the main one is on the fly back that is over exited (screen presset), just twist it a little bit at first to see the reaction (with the tv on) , then set it at a lower gain but i recommend that if you don't have many skills don't attempt to adjust it because this components is a voltage elevator-transformer and handles a couple of kilo-volts, that makes it dangerous for you and for the screen. WARNING!! if you hear a light buzz better don't open the tv, the fly back has a leakage and you don't want those kilo-volts on your hand, you will survive, but is very bad experience.
if that doesn't correct the problem let us know to guide you to te process
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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