Question about Hitachi DV-PF33U DVD Player/VCR
I put the disc in the dvd and it shows loading but it never shows a picture on tv.I have tried L1 L2 and all channels but still won't show picture on tv.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: yellowish tint on all channels
Hi, bad news guys, from your brief description you have a bad light engine, you both need to have a tech verify this but thats most likely what is causing your symptom. This is NOT a layperson repair, you`ll need a tech, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
SOURCE: the camcorder works fine but
first remove your battery and connect the camcorder to the charging unit via the lead supplied...tunr on camcorder , wait till "access disc" is complete, then press the disc navigation button, then press menu, then use arrow keys on toggle switch to scroll down to capacity/finalize disc, sellect finalize , press toggle switch to finalize disc... this takes about 7 mins depending on disc capacity.. once completed your disc will play on your pc and dvd player no problem..... hope this helps you out ..... Raymo......
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
You have the problem called "diffusion" errors, or some call it non-erasing pixels, etc.. You may be able to adjust the voltages to fix the issue. The 2 main voltages are VS and VA. The value they should be is listed on the back of the plasma panel. If one is off, then it could be the cause. Some manufacturers recommend turning up or down vs or va by 10% to fix this type of issue. Unfortunately, it can also be caused by many board in the tv.. power supply (where vs and va are generated) plus also the y and z drive boards, buffer boards, etc. If they are across the whole screen, suspect the power board and Y board most likely. I can talk you through all the adjustments but you will need a dc voltmeter capable of handling 250v. Let me know your skill level and we can fix this together.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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