Question about Hitachi 50V500 50 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Help! Not only does my tv take a long time to warm up, but while watching tv programs, there are pale yellow splotches located in various places all over the screen! Hope you can help! Similar problem. But I have a blue color that looks like it is 'bleeding' from the the top of the screen, and the center has a red hue to it. My TV is also about 5 years old. I was afraid a repair would require replacement of some key components, but hoping it indeed just 'needs an adjustment. So, gotta find a TV chiropractor I guess.
Try cleaning the 11 element lens just in front of the lamp housing. If this doesn't completely clear the problem, then one or more LCD panels are faulty.
Posted on May 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blue haze on hitachi 51" tv
Ya so i bought the same tv and have the same blue haze, it is going to cost me over 1000.00 to fix what a waste of over 2000.00 that i paid for it and it doesnt even last 21/2 years!!!
Posted on May 29, 2008
Before you attempt any repairs, it is necessary to make a test. The results of this test will determine which part may need replacing. Please follow the directions.
In short, you will be doing the following:
BE SURE TO COPY DOWN DATA SETTINGS BEFORE INITIALIZING I2C SETTINGS: (See Below)
Select a non-used or blank Video input or tuner to get into I2C menu, also make sure the Power LED on the Front of the set is not blinking at all.
COPY DOWN THESE SETTINGS:
IMPORTANT: The following are Service Adjustments. These Data Values are lost when Memory Initialization is preformed. It's important to write the values down before proceeding.
H Position: ________
V Position: ________
LCD ADJUST (NOT LCD DRIVE) (Arrow right)
GHOST (Arrow right)> LCD ADJUST =SHP: _______
(Press Select) LCD ADJUST GHOST=R: _______
(Press Select) LCD ADJUST GHOST=G: _______
(Press Select) LCD ADJUST GHOST=B: _______
(Press Select, then Exit)
V COM (Arrow right)> V COM-R: Set For Minimum Flicker
(Press Select) V COM-G: Set For Minimum Flicker
(Press Select) V COM-B: Set For Minimum Flicker
(Press Select, then Exit)
NRSH (Arrow right)> VS-DAT 1 through 9: _______, _______, _______, _______, _______, _______, _______, _______, _______ (Press exit twice) .
I hope this was helpful, big IRISH.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
that is correct you need to replace the optical block to fix this problem the LCD chips are starting to burn out and the it why you are getting this problem reflecting on the screen this parts are around $230.00dlls to $340.00dlls plus the labor it is a thinker good luck I hope this was helpful
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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