Recently noticed a green ghosting to the left, but only on one AV channel.
The channel is 'AV3' which I use for an Xbox 360, the ghosting is noticable on the sets own menus which to my mind rules out Xbox/cabling issues, but correct me if I'm wrong.
Switch to a different channel and bring up the sets menu's and no ghosting.
Using component video connections into the AV3 connections on the rear, running at 1080i, have tested switching Xbox output to 480p but still the same ghosting.
The set has no convergance options in the menus - I believe by design as they are not mentioned in the user guide.
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Re: Convergance issue on one AV input only
This is not a convergence problem in the traditional sense as it would effect all inputs not just one. I would be looking at the video switching IC as the defective part. I'll look up your model to try to get you more details. Are you going to attempt the repair yourself?
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There may be a chance you have hooked it up to play on AV3, as opposed to CH3. There should be an AV button on your remote or the TV. Press it a few times and see the channel flicks through the AV channels. They are usually AV1, AV2, AV25, AV3, AV35. Look for AV3, or for your signal on any of the other AV channels.
Well this is the fix for the usual Ghosting problem....
To bring up the "service" menu, put the TV in standby mode, then press in sequence :
Onscreen Display ( the little screen with the i+ in it ) 5 ( channel number 5 ) Volume Up ( upper end of volume button ) Analogue ( middle top button )
The TV should switch on and when it's warmed up, you should see a screen with lots of big green lettering on it.
Press the "menu" button ( middle bottom )
Use the direction dial to move down to "LCD Drivers" and press right on the dial to enter this menu.
Move down to "S H Pos Reg R". It should be "10", change it to "11". ( Left/Right to adjust ) Move down to "S H Pos Reg G". It should be "10", change it to "11". Move down to "SHPos Reg B". It should be "10", change it to "11".
Press the menu bottom to drop out of the menus, and the standy button to drop to standby. Switch back on, and hopefully your ghosting will be gone
hope this works
hi there, if you are familiar with electronics you can do this :adjust voltage at hight voltage block it has screen and focus written on it and comes from flyback transformer,but be careful cause it can be to dangerous if you touch something else,ah,ah adjust only the one that says screen and has a R on top,that means red,ok,thanks.
hi, what you need to do is find the source button or av button on your remote control as it sounds like its changed source this causing your problem. As you probably know your telly has many inputs for dvd vcr cable or sky but these plug into one of the inputs in the back of telly. Usually the problem is just that your on the wrong input channel like av1 instead of av2 or rgb their are many inputs so you might need to press this button 2 or 3 times till you get the right channel, i dont mean 1 to 9 channels i mean input channel like rf input or av input. This depends on what your getting the signal from if its cable and its plugged in via scart lead then it will be an av input but you might have av1 av2 av3 av4 this depends on your telly. If your still having problems then give me a shout back ok best to check all the leads are in the telly correct as this will cause the problem your having ok. Let me know how you get on ok or if you need further help
I bought a wii a few days ago and like everybody else mine too was in black and white with a grainy picture. I have a Panasonic lcd flat screen and thought I had connected it corrected, I got somebody out to have a look at it and found out there are some connections on the side of the TV which I hadn't even noticed before, once I put the red white and yellow leads in these and set the TV to AV3 everything is in perfect colour. Hope this works for some of you.
If the TV has no RCA inputs, then there is no "AV channel" option for it on any remote, just channel selection.
The purpose of a RCA to SCART converter (aka RF modulator) is to convert one of your channels to an A/V input. They operate (standard) on either channel 3 or 4 as selected by a switch on the converter.