Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32HS510 32" TV
There is no white colour when viewing video, cable etc. however the onscreen menu works fine (all the colours are normal).
problem started intermittently and is now permanent. any ideas?
thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This might be caused by the CRT or by the chroma circuitry. You will need a schematic diagram and a multimeter set to read voltage. The first thing would be to look at the voltages on the CRT socket. With the TV on and the back off, using the schematic measure the voltages on the CRT socket and see if they match the schematic, if they do not (and they wont) find out if the Red Cathode voltage is too high of to low. If too high the red video circuitry might be at fault if too low the CRT might have a Cathode to grid short. In either case power down the TV and with determine if the CRT is bad (using a CRT Tester / Rejuvenator) Run a series of test acording to the instructions of the CRT Tester. This will tell you if the CRT is bad and if it is bad what problem it actually has. Then you may or may not have to rejuvenate the CRT (follow the instruction on the Tester / Rejuvenator) to do this. If the CRT is not bad then you will have to test the chroma video circuitry to see which component is causing the problem.
As you see you will need some equipment to do the job with. and you will have to have a little bit of an electronics background, If you do not have these I would suggest that you take the TV to a qualified TV repair shop for servicing.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
Couldn't see them, but if they were black, or distorted, or strange colors, read on. If your pictures looked strange, it's probably due to a defective CCD imager. If so, Sony should fix this for you for free under their recall advisory, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the following link for more info:
Applicable cameras include:
Cyber-shot DSC-F717, F88, P10, M1, P12, P2, P31, P32, P51, P52, P7, P71, P72, P8, P92, T1, T11, T3, T33, U10, U20, U30, U40, U50, U60, V1
CD Mavica MVC-CD250, CD400, CD500, and FD Mavica MVC-FD100, FD200
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
How long have you owned the tv? You have two options though your best bet is to locate your nearest authorized service center to have the tv repaired.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
It very well could be a bad drum causing your problem. Be sure that the servicer you select is a Sony trained and recommended service center as they will have the latest bulletins information and training for your camcorder. I just checked on your camcorder and found this bulletin relating to your problem:
Blocking and Choppy Playback (Appears to be a dirty or defective head drum)
Symptoms / Customer Description
Blocking noise in the video during playback. Objects that were taped in motion are choppy.
[Primary Symptom Code: 1330 ]
Multiple D8 models utilizing the M2000 tape mechanism.
Cleaning the tape path has no effect on improving the symptom.
Service resolution, clean the point of contact on the video drum where the drum ground arm, ref # 804 comes into contact with the drum assy. After cleaning the point of contact, make sure the drum ground arm #804 is still touching the Head drum
(Note:After the tape path has been cleaned, the symptom in this issue will persist and lead most technicians to believe that the drum assy itself is defective. Replacing the drum assy complete will correct the problem, but it is not necessary if
the only problem is a dirty contact point on the drum assy from the ground contact.)
So you may not have a bad drum, but only a poor connection. This is why you want a Sony authorized tech to look at it. If you have any further questions, please let me know.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
ok it is called CCD Failure
u are Lucky u are covered in Service advisory from Sony it is a manufac defect just see the link and rate me Fixya for help
Posted on May 05, 2009
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