Question about Sony KP-53V80 53" Rear Projection Television
What input (any or all) does this happen on? If it is an SVHS input, reseat the SVHS connector... The SVHS connector separates the Chrominance (color) from the Luminance (b&w), so it may be as simple as a new connector or re-seating the existing connector.
If it happens on ALL sources, then a similar situation may be occuring internal to the television itself. Re-seat any ribbon cable connectors, molex connectors et Al.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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