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Re: Static on Screen
Is this an LCD type of monitor or CRT? either case, there's a problem with the horizontal IC. My best solution for this case is to have the unit serviced by an authorized personnel as meddling with the internal circuits of the monitor is dangerous.. Have them estimate the price for repair, if it costs too much... better buy a new one.
For CRT type of monitors: try degaussing, this feature can be found on the OSD (On Screen Display). This can be accessed by pressing Menu on the monitor buttons.
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Hi. It seems that the g2 voltage of the picture tube is too high, resulting in a white screen, often with white horizontal lines. The g2 (= second grid) voltage is derived from the flyback high voltage. The voltage divider is mostly integrated in the flyback trafo housing.(including the adjustment knobs). A failure in this divider may lead to this defect. The static you hear may come from sparking in the divider. The flyback trafo is soldered onto the main printed cirrcuit board. Sometimes, one of the pins sits loose in the soldering pads. Turn on the set and observe for any sparking around the entire flyback circuitry, and, or the flyback trafo itself The screen turns black after a while, as a too high beamcurrent is detected. The set disables the flyback. Stand-by blinks meaning that there is a fault condition. Be carefull with the high voltages. The flyback voltage is very high (20-30 Kilovolts !) and may be lethal !!
Some of the transistors or the connection to the panel inside the monitor are damaged. There is no absolute fix for this problem.
You can try pushing on the bezel (NOT ON THE SCREEN) of the monitor at the edge of the screen directly at the lines and you may be able to push the connection back together well enough that the line goes away, but usually in desktop monitors the bezel is too rigid to allow you to put any pressure on the connections at the back of the LCD panel.
Congrats on changing the fly and getting it to come on. If it is a sony as it looks at the top of this page (accurate model?) need only to adjust focus and/or the horizontal static control. can't tell you where the horizontal static control is exactly but there are large wire associated. If not a sony then adjust the focus on the flyback.....top control bottom control is screen or for brighter picture.
Look in your menu for something called "horizontal static convergence" or just "convergence". Adjusting this will align all three tubes electronically. If physical adjustment is needed, then you have to do this manually inside the Tv. keever
i had this problem to,
what i did to fix mine, take the back off and find the ysus board there are pots on the y sus board that you can adjust with a screw driver mine has 4 on it i adjusted the the two more accessible ones and the problem is gone