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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dvd playing blue picture
if it is hooked up with componant, thats the red blue green cables for video, and red white for audio, then you probabily eather dont have the red pluged all the way in, or you have the red audio, and red video---reversed, make sure to check them on the dvd player, and on the tv, if there correct, try using the composit input, that is the yellow red and white
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
GENTILITY lay that set face down on a table covered with a thick blanket. There should be 4 long threaded bolts near the bottom that fasten the legs of the stand inside the framework of the set.. Remove these and the stand should slide right out.
Posted on May 03, 2009
A plasma screen uses thousands of tiny fluorescent bulbs in different colours (red blue and green) to produce a picture. Just like standard house hold fluro lamps, these tiny bulbs use starters to turn them on and off. As there are so many bulbs in the panel and therefore starters, the panel has a number of "starter controllers". These controllers can control anywhere from a quarter up to half of the screen. If a controller dies, it takes out it's segment of the screen. Unfortunately, it sounds as if this is what has happened in the case of your LG - this is also common in NEC and Fujitsu panels. Althought these controllers can be fixed, it usually takes more time and money than it's worth- unless you have it under warranty in which case the manufacturer will just replace it. Sorry top be the bearer of bad news. hope it helps
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Could be variety of reasons.
Service manuals usually say to check all standby voltages from the power board and then eventually try replacing the main logic board.
Some TVs have more than one standby circuits and there's a chance you have one of them working and the other failed...in that case you won't be needing a main board.
The bad news is I don't have the schematics for your model handy.
Still...hope this helps. If it does, please rate it :-)
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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