Question about Televison & Video
I see what you mean this is a lcd screen ? if old type id say tube but this looks like lcd and my first impresions is that a part has gone and its something small and stupid i have good electrical knolage and even i would seriously concider pro repair from a shop its not a cheep tv trying to fix it your self proberbly with the wrong tools and methods could just brake it more has it got a warrenty ? how much do the shop think itl cost how much for a replacement tv ? there may be a pro floating about here that can help better but my advice is u need a pro to eather repair it or guide you through it at your own risk
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ALL LCD/Plasma televisions have adjustment for convergence, RGB drive,
color saturation and a virtual host of other parameters than can be
adjusted through the "technician's service menu".
Unfortunately, you are not supplied with the information to access that menu and you're limited to a "user's menu" which allows you to only adjust some of the basics, like volume, tone, color, tint and several more.
Methods of access vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. And the main reason that a consumer isn't given access to these menus is simply because they can totally screw up a set with just the push of a button, requiring hours to correct by a qualified technician.
Of course, most all of them have a factory default to recover most of the settings, but there's still a lot of finite settings that would have to be adjusted to get your TV looking right again.
Depending on the LCD manufacturer, it may be adjustable for your specific set, or you could have a problem with the LCD digital or driver modules. Even the LCD display itself could be failing.
Best bet is to call a QAUALIFIED technician and have it checked out. If you don't have an extended service plan from where you purchased the set, or if it's out of manufacturer's warranty, some of the repairs could be quite expensive. enough so that it may be worth looking into buying a replacement set.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
It would help a lot to know the model number, it sounds like a convergence problem but I need to know the age and model number (both are on the back of the set.)
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
SOURCE: Hi my name is Anthony
Oh yes it is possible. There are called "add-on sales" within marketing. The kit will be nearly $200-$300 for the accessories needed to watch your 3d tv.
This is why it is SO important to ask the BIG questions before a purchase.
Thank you and best of luck!
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
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