Question about Televison & Video
Purchased 1/30/02. Not main TV. Cable hookup w/HD box. Nice picture for years, than color began to fade. Red spot appeared in middle of screen. Lost red color completely. Checked all connections and replaced antenna cable which returned the red but orangy color, but color and brightness is still poor. Video adjustments not capable of returning a good picture. Is there a picture tube or bulb that needs replacing, and can I do the work? TV repair service is non-existent in my area. Thanks to anyone for help.
my televisions color is very dull and fading away.is there any way to fix this problem.
If it is a tube type unit you may not find a new tube they are almost extinct ,
also, most tube malfunctions are caused by improper voltage, only a qualified tech should work on the high voltage section of a tube tv,,, it can kill you even if it has Not Been Plugged in for a whole year
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kines on Screen and Fading
Open up the front of the set by removing the speaker screen and the black piece of particle board. on the bottom right you will see 4 knobs. Turn those knobs slowly till the arcs go away. The 3 knobs on the bottom are for color. the 3 on top are for the focus.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
you need to replace the coolant in the cRts. You can get the coolant replacement kit at the following link under the repair kit category. Its called phillips CRT coolant replacement kit. It contains all the coolant you need and the step by step proceedur on cd with pictures so you can do the job yourself. Heres the link.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
Hi, did you try a color convergence? I used to work in Best Buy and one of the key things about rear projection TVs and the reason they push those service plans on you is that the tubes/colors need to be calibrated each year. You can do this yourself by checking out the following website:
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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