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Re: images not goin to my tv
Make sure your tv has the video input set to AUX. Also, make sure your computer is really outputting the signal. Does your computer require a switch or setting to be made before video out through the s-video connector is active?
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Assuming your TV has RCA audio input jacks (red/white), you can get a 1/8" stereo mini plug-to-RCA plug. The mini plug would connect to your headphone out jack on computer, and the RCA red/white would go to an audio input on the TV. Be careful with how much volume level you are sending to the TV from the computer. Trial and error, because it's not really common practice. You might have to choose the proper input via the remote/menu on the TV to listen. Be careful. Hope this helps.
sounds to me like the differnence between watchiing in progressive and interlace. these older tube tv's are not capable of displaying a progressive scanned image. like the first dvd players. check your video out settings on your ipod to make sure its an interlace output.
check your b+ goin to the flyback, and see if the voltage changes durring picture changes. if this is too high or moves around alot, then you have more then normal then i would check your p/s. either or it could be a weak regulator. Also could be something else, i know that magnavox has a problem with this, and they have you replace 2 sm trasistors on bottom of board in the ABL line, i believe. I checked the mitz web site and they have nothing listed for this problem. might also want to check caps in p/s and 100uf on signal board while your in it.
if you have a user manual find the word settings, then look for the word NTSC/PAL. mybe you can change your mode which is compatible to your TV set. one more suggestion, set your Tv set in auto mode in Video.
Right, but the problem is more likely the tuner unit-which the coaxial is hooked up to. If it was strictly the coax, when you wiggled the cable around, the image would probably come back fine. Youll have to get a tuner and solder out the old one, the solder in the new one. The tuner for your model is part QAU0305-001 found here: http://www.jvcservice.com/service/JMdlPrtXrf.asp?PgReq=DspDta&MdlNbr=AV-32432
Be aware that the problem could be as simple as a diode or cap...until it can be tested we don't know for sure. techman would probably know more about this model than I would.