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Posted on Nov 02, 2012
It's done with the Sony remote---I hesitate to give that info as one wrong move and poof no set left.
What is the issue you are after?
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Not sure whether you are kidding or not. You don't mention the tv model so I will try to help using a KV-32FS100 as an example. You really only have 2 choices assuming you have a current model xbox 360. The component cable that comes with the xbox has 6 connectors, a green, blue, red, yellow on one part and a white and red on the other part. On the back of the tv below and to the right of the s video connector are inputs labeled Y, Pb and Pr and are colored Y is green Pb is Blue and Pr is red if they aren't colored that is the correct order. Don't connect the yellow to anything. The red and white on the other part of the cable go directly to the right of these connections. It will say audio and L and R they should also be colored but if not white is L and red is R. There is also a small switch at the xbox end of the cablewhich you need to slide to HDTV. Once you are powered up don't forget to enter the setup menu on the xbox and select the settings for your tv. Again without knowing the model most wega tvs limit the component input to 480p which was the limit of a dvd. I hope this is helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
If you are comfortable with working inside the set where there are potentially dangerous high voltages present, you can probably fix this easily. Open up the back and remove it. Plug the set back in and turn it on. In the lower right hand side will be the flyback transformer (large red wire coming out of the top and going to the side of the picture tube). DO NOT TOUCH IT!!! On the back of the flyback should be 2 "knobs". One will be marked screen and the other focus. Carefully adjust the focus until the picture is clear. When you do this, go beyond the clear point and work the control back and forth a few times before settling in to the focused spot.
That should resolve the problem.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Well if you know eletronics then yes you could fix it yourself otherwise leave it to the experts you going to need a new power supply unti for this TV. These are not cheap as there aftermarket you may want to try to find a dealer on the internet for this part. Thanks
Posted on May 25, 2009
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