Symphonic 32" WF32L6 LCD TV colors gone all green in picture
Everything seems to work but the detail is gone in the picture and there are too much green and shadows in the picture. What might be bad that would cause picture discoloration. Adjusting the settings will not clear up the picture.
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Could you swap out your cables? Sometimes they go bad from being pulled off and pushed on too many times. You'll never be able to see a tiny break in the wires by looking at them. If everything else is working, I'd try the connecting cables.
Take this tv set test it with other tv incomming tv signal cable in ur house or take another tv test this incomming broadcasting signal cable.If it is the tv,not the incomming broadcasting signal cable.The tv Tuner signal board is the causes and it is dying.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish tv Tuner signal board for the replacemennt.
After spending a day trying to fix the TV, I found out the problem was actually with my cable box. I have an HD DVR recorder. We unplugged the cable box and plugged the TV directly into the cable in the wall and it worked. So we took the cable box back to our cable company and got a new cable box. (Can't live without the DVR!!)
I had the exact same issue . The TV literally stopped working 2 year after the manufacture date. Since I had nothing to loose I opened it up and found that the fuse had blown. I put a new one in and if blew also. I work with some electrical engineers and they said first to look at the Diodes. They lent me their diode checker, and the first diode I checked was bad. I'm sorry I don't have any pictures but it was one of the diodes closest to the where the power cord connects to the board. I took the board out and brought it to work and had the electrical guys pull the diode. I got a replacement diode, (.20 cents or so) and had them solder it back in. The Diode number is IN540, you can buy these online, DIGIKEY.COM is one place too look. I took it home put everything back together, including a new fuse and BOOM it fired right up. I did this about a mounth ago and it is still going strong, I should probably knock on wood right about now. If you have an questions please feel free to ask. I am not a TV repair guy, just someone who got lucky. Good luck!