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Re: line up red blue yellow
Hello it sound's like you need to set your. convergence on your set. or you will need to replace the (ICchip's ) on your convergence board. to fix the problem. your having. !!! me know after you try to reset the convergence on your set. and we can go from there."GOOD LUCK" and thank you
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Hello! Ok: I will guide yourself through "hook up" process. 1. connect your TV set to your VCR, using 3 wires RCA cable(Yellow, red, white) to "Video1" input, yellow only! The other 2(sound channels) connect to "home theater/DVD unit. Use "aux" input. 2. Connect your DVD video output. yellow or 3 colored( green, blue, red) component cables to your TV's Video 2 or "component 1" input. Now you'll be able to use your TV as a video monitor for your VCR and DVD. The sound will be handled by DVD/Home theater. In case your TV is a very modern, all you can get out is: direct digital sound stream. Your home theater must be equipped with coaxial(orange) input(looks like RCA plug) or optical input. Or both. You must use proper cables to connect TV to Home theater. sorry, but it requires some patience and thorough reading of user manuals. Otherwise, it's "level 1" difficulty. nothing you may damage, due to installation. Good luck, Feel free to ask for more help, if needed. thanks, Alex.
what tv is this..whats the model.. i had the same thing on mine it was the covnergence fuse that went out also had some soldering that had cracked on the convergence board resoldered and works like new.... make sure the tv is unplugged though...
i can help with that have you looked on the back of the tv at all the jacks you have look at the color of the jacks some are red and white those are for audio and the yellow is video you need a pair of cables that will conect from you dvd to your samsung that same color on both ends their RCA cables or analog cables
I have a problem with the colors on my RCA Home Theater model #P60752EB. I believe it to be faulty tubes or something cause my green and my red color is messed up to the point it will not come in at all.what should i do to resolve this problem without replacing the tv
Allot of times one of the video RCA connections can go bad.
Replace the RCA Video wire, Yellow. If you have component (RGB), this is a common problem when the wires are crossed. The Blue is the B/W feed and one of the other Green/Red, may be bad or crossed. If you haven't changed any wires since the color went out, it is still possible that one of the wires jiggled loose. If you have S-video, try replacing that. When I say replace, maybe check the connections are plugged in well first, then replace.
I need your exact model number of HTS, and the manufacturer and model number of your television to be of maximum assistance.
There are a couple possibilities:
1) you could have red, yellow, and whites plugged into the red, green and blue slots
2) If you have more than one output (S-video and red/yellow/white, for instance), the signal could be splitting - try unhooking one of the outputs (preferably the S-Video)
For a more detailed solution, send me your model/manufacturer of TV, and the model of Philips HTS.
If it is truly a 52 inch standard projection set (you have it listed under 32V420T which is not a projection TV) and your 3 colors (red, green and blue) are no longer lining up and are all curved on the sides, then it means that your convergence power supply has stopped working. Post the actual model and chassis number and a better description of the picture here and I will be able to assist you further.