I had just changed the outlet in which my TV is plugged into to free up space for my air conditioner. When I was done and plugged my TV back in, the TV began coming out in blue and green and a little bit of the true picture. I tried the simply remedies, like changing the outlet it's plugged into, fiddling with the cable wire things like that. To no avail, I have been unsuccessful. I was hoping you knew how to fix this tedious problem.
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Re: TV is coming up in blue and green.
If some areas of the screen are blue and green while other areas are normal, then either the picture tube has been heavily magnetized or damaged by falling over. If there is any kind of magnetic field near the set, such as a large stereo speaker or elecrtic motor, move them away from each other, unplug the TV and let it sit for an hour or so, plug it in and turn it on. The TV demagnetizes the picture tube with each cold start. If the colors are still off then it may need a stronger external demagnetizer, but if the tube was damaged by shock then it cannot be fixed.
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A 110 air conditioner would only use 1/2 of the available 220, so , the answer is yes, with a great BIG CAUTION!!!!!
You have to know how to safely wire in the appropriate plug.
- 220 usually will have 4 wires: Red, Black, White, and Green.
You get 220 between the red and black, the White is available for 110 to drive a fan or whatever.
- 220 sometimes only has 3 wires: Red, Black, and green
Here you have 220 with no 110, like a baseboard heater.
- 110 has 3 wires: RED OR BLACK, White, and Green.
You get 110 between the Red or Black and the white.
The White is called Neutral.
Do not use the green wire as a neutral if there is no white.
The green wire is a ground and is for safety purposes.
PLEASE!!!! If this is not perfectly clear and within your ability, DO NOT TRY TO WIRE IT! Get someone who is trade certified to help you. Also, don't even think about messing with the wiring unless the circuit breaker is turned off..
Dry it all out and try again . but be very carful and be certain you are not coming in contact with any water when you plug it back in and yes it will take more thatn atowel to keep things dry move it to the window and be certain it is tilted to theout side a little
Every xbox comes with the HD av cords. However they are not only the standard red, white, and yellow. But they also come with green, blue, and red av cords. These are the HD cords.Your HD tv should have green, blue, and red outlets on the back of the tv. It also has a another red and white outlet under it. So you have to take the HD cords and plug them into the appropriate outlets and then take the red and white cords from the other set of avs and plug them in right under those cords so you will have sound when you turn your xbox on. On my tv the red and white outlet is right under the HD outlet. But your tv may be different. And make sure that the "box" on the cord that reads either TV or HDTV is flicked toward HDTV.
Sony TVs has an Optical Block issue. If there is an issue with the optical block, then there will be green, blue patches or tint on the TV display. Try resetting the TV to the factory settings and try Power resetting the TV. Turn Off the TV and remove the power plug from the wall outlet for 1 minute and reconnect it and check the operation. If the issue still persists, then TV may require service. You can contact the Customer relations team and check for the available options. Sony had repaired free of cost for such issues. Hence, contact the customer relations.
That online light goes solid when your ISP completes the registration process of your modem. If this process fails, there are only 2 possible reasons. The first is your modem MAC address is not on your account with your ISP, which cannot be your case because it works on a different outlet. The second reason would be what is called ingress on the outlet. Ingress is caused by a bad outlet or more frequently a bad connector. Make sure inside your connector is clean and free of metal shavings. The problem you are describing is actually rare because usually if your having cable issues that cause a registration problem, you don't usually get a send light.
By the way, just because your tv works on that outlet doesn't mean your modem will. Your modem runs off RF frequencies that your TV doesn't come close to.