Have a Toshiba 36A42 TV. Cannot get video to show on any input. Audio is working fine on each input. Menus show fine and I get a short raster when switching to RF. Appears the tube is fine just lost the video of all inputs.
I have not tried the S video yet(didn't have a cable), but all the other video inputs show nothing.
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Re: Toshiba no video sound is fine
If you can see the menus this means the CRT, high voltage, scan amplifiiers, the output video processor, and CRT drive circuits are working. The fault is most likely in the video section of the input select circuits.
Maybe the Toshiba parts department can supply a service manual for your set. With a signal source, a scope, and a DVM, an experienced technician can troubleshoot your set to locate where the failure is occuring.
I have not serviced this model, but in other models I have found the main input select IC to be defective. In some cases I also found a bad voltage regulator IC that supplies the input section has failed.
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if you are connected the S video output of ur dvd to ur tvs s video input , the u should connect another two RCA cable fo audio.S video connection is only for video input. connect the audio out put of ur dvd to the corresponding S video audio input, using a stereo RCA chord.
If it has broken, there is no way other than replace it with same type. For that you have to open your tv, pull out the board that contains that socket, will be combined one, resolder it out from the board, and go for the same type and leg confuguration. Replaceing it will solve the probelm.OK
Your TV has video problems. Input any video signal, from dish or from DVD player or any other source, after setting the TV to video mode. If there is video, fault may be in the RF video output section, which could be detected through through checking. If DVD video also in not there, the problem is of video swiching [usually electronic changeover inside the TV]. Which can be rectified through a technician.
The short answer is no. The reason for that is because it's an analog TV and has a standard tuner which is now obsolete because of the changes to all digital programming last year. You won't be able to use it with out a converter box. I won't recommend a particular brand or model, that would be your choice. Here is a selection of "boxes" available.
open your tv.At the back you see a plyback,it is big parts of tv with a wire attached to the picture tube,that is plyback At the buttom you wiil see a two knob, the lower knob is for the screen and the upper knob is for the focus.Adjust the lower knob or screen .
Just Connect signal to tv and run autoprogram. Or use video input jacks from converter to tv ( yellow,white and red video in ) and select tv/video on tv pannel front ( don't need remote control) I hope this work for you.
well what sounds like happened is you blew up the tube in it. have you unplugged it from the wall and just let it sit some times that helps because what will happen is there will be a Electrical build up and it won't work right. an other thing you might want to do is hit the Degauss button on the remote. plug some sort of video signal into it and go through the inputs to see if that helps, mine did that every thing would just be black but i plug in my video camera it would detect it and make sure that the audio cables are plugged in these TV might just be that old that they have to have both audio and video in order to work.