Question about Televison & Video
If the tv has not been on for a long while it takes longer for the normal picture to return.Once normal it stays normal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blue Tint
Most likely cause would be a loose solder connection that expands as the set warms up until it no longer makes a connection. You may get the blue to come and go by hitting the side of the cabinet after the set is warmed up awhile. (don't hurt your hand doing this, and don't keep doing it to "fix" the set. The connection will have to be located and repaired). Otherwise, there could be a component going bad, including the blue picture tube.
Posted on Dec 24, 2006
SOURCE: picture has a green shade
Sounds like your red picture tube is not emitting enough brightness to balance the colors. A temporary solution could be to slightly increase the screen voltage of the red CRT to give a good black and white picture when the color control is turned all the way down. If the set has not been serviced in the last 5 years or so, and you're not ready for a new HDTV set, it may be worthwhile to get a technican to look at it and clean the dust off the lenses and mirror and evaluate whether a picture tube rejuvination might work along with the gray scale tracking adjustments.
Posted on Mar 18, 2007
do you have a service manual for this tv because it may be your red drive circuit and you need to trouble shoot it if you don't have a service manual for your tv I will post a link where you can get one plus free online tech support to help you troubleshoot this problem
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Your "light engine has possibly gone down on you, did you replace just the bulb it's self or the complete bulb assembly? If you pulled out light assembly and replace just the bulb then repalce light assembly, if you repalced the whole light socket assembly and still have greenish color the you have a "light engine problem". Seek repair tech.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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