When i turn my ps2 on, somtimes it starts ok, but after a while it suddenly splits my screen into bars of colour about a few cm wide. each bar is basicly a part of the origional picture blown up a few hundred times, although you have to look closely to figure this out. it only happens with the ps2, my tv is unaffected.
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Your Funai Emerson TVs' video output section has damaged. You yourself can do nothi in it, as there must be sophisticated testing equipments to test and detect the reason for this problem. A common man can't afford its cost. So I advice you to get it repaired by some experienced service personal, who owns oscilliscope, colour scanner, signal generator, colour analizer and so on. In short, you have to rely on a well wquipped service center to get it repaired. OK.
This is a "screen problem" Worth a try is to remove the LVDS lead at the screen end,..... take great care here, there are nomally two clips each end of the plug. and refit it.
Also the flat ribbon cables to the screen, again take care. Damage to the plugs can write off the panel
This normally causes vertical stripes or errors, but Iv'e had all sorts of strange effects with these leads
The problem is in the LCD controller board is overheated because the power supply unit is at the bottomof the TV and the heat rises upward to the vent on the top of the TV. You can verify that is hest problrm by running TV with the back removed and have a small fan blowing on the top secdtion of the TV where the LCD controller is. This how I fixed my scrambled picture after warm up (I added heat sinks to the IC on the LCD controller board) : http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/LTV-32W3HD/
You can try it if the board was not badly damaged already by the heat. My has been running great for over a month now.
I had the same horizontal, solid red bar along the top of the tv
screen. I have an older analog Philips Magnavox TP2785C221. It just
started all of a sudden. It was on every channel. However, the bar
did not appear on the other input channels (e.g., AV1, AV2). So this
meant that the red bar was only occurring on the antenna input. I
unplugged my cable decoder box and restarted it. The red bar went away
and that seemed to solve the problem for now.
There are voltages in the power supply that need to be very closely matched to the sticker that is on the back of the plasma display panel. If some of the voltages especially the VSCAN goes too high or too low then abnormalities such as discolorzation can happen. Changing the direction only affects direct view CRT's only. Plasmas are only affected by elevation and thats usually when you live 5000 feet or more above sea level. I would have a technician check the voltages once the panel has warmed up for 20 min or so and see if they are correct. Good luck.
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How many led lights are showing in back of set/ Hitachi, has a way of telling what is wrong by the numbers and sequence the lights give off. Most of the time it's the convergence going bad. You should have seen some colour distortion before set wet out.
you should first check all the cables inside the set to make sure they all are seated properly, check some other sources like a dvd player and see if it does it on a dvd, after that it is probably a defective main board