One day I turned on my tv and the colors were way off. It seems like the yellow colors are too bright. Skin tones are are like a bright yellow instead of "white." I have tried adjusting the colors on the tv but it doesn't help. Is this an affordable repair or will I be better off buying a new tv?
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From my own experience, the darker you skin color the more you want to avoid anything with a purplish hue around your eyes. Regardless of how bright the color is, it will darken your skin. I have found that instead of using a concealer for under my eyes using a different shade of foundation (one that is one to two shades lighter) is just as effective, if not more so. Be careful, when mixing two different foundations, blending well is the key.
If you wish to stick with concealer I would try to Sally Hansen Light if you wish to remain with that brand. Try concealers that have just a hint of pink or yellow to compliment your skin while brightening.
On the metal box where the two cables from the color wheel plugged look for a tiny rectangular opening in the metal shield---there is a tiny jumper plug there, remove it carefully with a tiny pair of needle nose pliers.
One of the things they do not tell you when you replace the color wheel, it is somewhat different than the original one.
This TV has had a long life. Your picture is looking more yellow these days because the Blue picture tube is wearing out. Not saying the Green and Red tub are much better, but Blue tube is a major player in the picture brightness and white balance (the color of white which the TV reproduces). The cost involved wouldn't be justified. You should enjoy the balance of the TVs life; when it's time comes... have the new TV delivered and ask them recycle this one. Best wishes.
Okay would love to help you with this issue but most good reults if you choose to chat with me! The prblem with these color changes are most have to due with the aparatus your connecting to the Tv and not the Tv itself. But if you got it on all things its a decoder issue have the tech check the decoder. You will be glad you did.
This sounds like the most common thing that fails on projection TV's, regardless of the brand. The convergence circuit has two STK392-110 IC chips mounted on heat sinks to drive the convergence yokes. They typically last anywhere from 5-10 years, then they fail. A more robust part is now available (STK392-150) as a direct drop-in replacement. My shop has installed these IC's in hundreds of projection sets and had fewer than 1% of them come back with repeat failures. Also check the following low-ohm feedback resistors to make sure they did not go out of tolerance: