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Aplogize I Apologize For Posting The Same Answer As You Pretty Much It Wasn't My Intention. I Know Alot Of Experts Do This On Purpose But To Copy You Was Not My Intention As I Opened The Premium Before Anyone Had Posted And Then Pulled Up The Manual And Found Every Way Possible. The Thread Is Here Once Again I Am Sorry And Have Nothing But Respect For Your Standings Sincerely, Michael Scott

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That's Ok Man! I Appreciate you being Nice about it! I have just as Much respect for yours also, We are just Tryin to Help and Make a Dime! Don't Worry about it Bro!

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    Thanks for the Rating also! I need all the Help that I can get! Have a good one Bro!

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Dishwasher will not run


You have this posted in Flat Panel Television Questions--not likely to get good answer here--consider posting a new question with brand and model number of unit to get a possible answer and the help you need.

There are a lot of forums like this one--"just ask"
is one you might also explore.

Apr 09, 2012 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Before posting this type of sensitve and "hazardevous" tips performance must ADD...


Well, those of you who have no idea why a Screen Voltage (technically known as G2) adjustment may interest you, here is a photo of a bad adjustment (too high).

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You may also experience smeared colors… this is caused by a low adjustment. To correct this, we need to get the back off of the TV. It would be a good time to unplug it if you have not already done so. Next we locate the FBT (Fly-Back Transformer).

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This is a 20” model and it has 2 knobs. Your FBT may vary, as some slim designs and some large tube models may have 3 knobs.

You will need to look closely at the knobs; they will be labeled “Focus” or “Screen”. On units with 3 knobs, there will be 2 focus knobs and 1 screen. For now, we will be working with at the Screen knob only.

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With the adjustments identified, we are ready to plug the TV in (including your standard cable connection) and turn it on… BECARFUL!!! For the rest of this adjustment, we will be working inside of an electrically charged TV. We also need to normalize the picture, so go into your TV menu and adjust the Picture and Brightness settings to the middle or center.

If your TV normally displays a black screen when you do not have a signal connected, ex: Video input 1, then this will be the quickest and easiest setup for you to use. However, if you are not so lucky, you may need to bust through your DVD video collection and find a “between scenes” shot that you can pause on to give you as black of a picture as possible. Eliminate as much light in the room as you can (just remember, you still need to see what your doing)… we want a good view of the screen without the interference of ambient lighting.

Once you have your black screen all set, we are now ready to proceed to the adjustment. If you have lines on the screen, see (HIGH)… if you have color smear, see (LOW).

HIGH: If you have some lines in the picture with a washed out appearance, your Screen voltage is too high. You will need to turn the Screen knob on the FBT counter-clockwise. Do this slowly, until the lines are no longer visible. If you still have a small amount of illumination coming from the screen, back it down a touch further until this just disappears.

LOW: If you have smeared colors in the picture that seem to trail of the edges, your Screen voltage is too low. You will need to turn the Screen knob on the FBT clockwise. Do this slowly, until you just see some lines zigzagging top to bottom on the screen. Now, you will need to turn the Screen knob on the FBT counter-clockwise. Do this slowly, until the lines are no longer visible. If you still have a small amount of illumination coming from the screen, back it down a touch further until this just disappears.

The final set, switch the TV input over to your cable input and check out the picture. Take a good look at some bright scenes and dark scenes. Do they look ok? Adjust the Picture and Brightness in your menu… can you set the picture to your liking? If so, you are all set. If not, double check your work (remember to normalize the Picture and Brightness setting).

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If you are unable to adjust the Screen voltage as described above, you may have a High Voltage problem with your TV. This will require a repair and is not covered by this tutorial.

If you are all set and the adjustment is good, we should have a quick look at the focus adjustment. Return the TV to your Black screen setup. Press the TV menu button to give you nice fixed display to focus. Adjust the focus knob(s) until you have the clearest picture. It’s important to balance the center of the picture with the corners of the picture. If the center is too sharp and the edges and corners are blurry, it is not a good adjustment. Do your best, you are the final judge of your work here.

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Once you have finished the adjustments and verified the picture with your cable picture, you are ready to close it up and return the TV to normal service. Unplug the TV, replace the back cover… enjoy!

I hope this was helpful. If you benefit from this tutorial, please leave some feedback.

on Feb 07, 2011 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Can't find book for my Visco Codes, need codes to program into remote control.


I wasn't sure of your model, but the manufacturers pretty much keep the same codes from model to model. I found a free downloadable Visco instruction book and the remote codes start on page 42. I'm not sure if it is what you are looking for, but hope it helps.
http://content.etilize.com/user-manual/1010558313.pdf

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Just bought used Toshiba 40" Theater Wide HD TV and am trying to find out more about this model the serial number is rc101003620


Thanks for posting the entire name of the TV--that helped me find this link to the manual for it on Toshiba's service pages. note: usually try posting the 'Model #', not the 'Serial #', since serial #'s are too unique to help find your info online! Glad to be able to help, though--don't get me wrong, please, this time, this one was pretty easy, thanks!

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Have hmdi cable and dont know the purpose or use...


This cable is to connect to HDMI sources, ie DVD player or satellite receiver.
The audio and video is sent via this cable.


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Getting digatal no analog


There is not enough information to give you an answer. How do you know you are getting digital and not analog. Most LCDs are only digital even on their TV antenna connection using the ATSC tuner, so I don't really have enough information. If you are referring to the TV antenna, I assume that you have an antenna designed for this purpose.

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My comcast re mot s not conecting need codes


I didnt know which Comcast remote you had or what you were wanting to control so im posting a link directly to a list of all of Comcasts remotes. Just click on the one that matches yours. Instructions are pretty straight forward.

Let us know if it works!
http://www.comcast.com/corporate/customers/customer_support/remotes.html

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A little interface issue with an asker


I understand what he's saying about the site not being very intuitive. Issues like that are hard for us to perceive because as we gain familiarity with the site, we lose our fresh eyes.

We actually discourage Experts from posting a short, incomplete solution and then using the comment function to flesh out their answer. We call it placeholding (although I realize that that may not have been your intent). The only way you would have known that we discourage that practice would be if you'd received one of the warnings we send out about it. You also could have seen it if you were one of the very few people who read my blog entry http://blog.fixya.com/2008/09/theres-a-new-sheriff-in-town/. Basically, we need to make that information much more visible on the site. Our head of customer support is coming to California at the end of the month. She and I will be working on making a user-friendly set of guidelines that we will post somewhere easily accessible on the site.

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Need to know


it is a serial port to transfer data the time you upgrade the set to newer version of data like menu and on screen script it can be done with experts at service sations regards , don't forget to rate plz

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