The screen appears to be bending at the top, and the tv is doing triples, kind of like when you have an antenna tv. I am told the color balance is off, but I'm not sure if that is all that is wrong, and the tv is too large to take to a shop.
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Re: Color balance is off.
This my good sir, (or mam), is a convergence issue. very common rca failure. there is a convergence power module that has a 130volt regulator that goes bad. this can be fixed in-home by experienced technician for less tan 300.00 including parts, labor .& service call. the chip is an stk730-150. mch
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There are two problems occurs on your TV, one is the line down the screen because of faulty horizontal deflection or faulty horizontal yoke winding. 2nd is...color of the screen are not balanced, check the RGB transistors in CRT board circuit.
Ur tvs in ur house it is getting a paid tvs incomming broadcasting tv signals like a cables or a satalites dishes companies?Yes,than that incomming broadcasting wire that plug into ur tv Ant. input port hole might have some kind of signals interference at that channel frequencies,call ur cables tvs or satalites tvs companies providers for an answers and get their field Tech. to come out and check it out.If all ur tvs in the house are analoge tvs and u are using a DTV signal through a DTV converter box to getting a Free over the air DTV air to recieving tv broadcasting tv channels stations only than tries it with another antenna signals sources like a better antenna design like a portable digital antena or good roof antenna should solved this problems.
If you can see menu on-screen display, just get into it, surf for blue-back option and turn it OFF first, and see whether there is any grains appears on your screen. If there is no grains, and only a plane raster, your TVs video processor Ic has got damaged, and should need replacement. If there is grains, you just retune it in autotuning option, and allow it to store all the transmitting signals at that time. This process may take two or three minutes to complete, and you should wait till then. Never forget to connect antenna socket to the antenna terminal of your tv.
If you are using set top box, and connected it to the TV through audio-video cable, your TV has no fault, but the set top boxs' video processor has got damaged. OK,
Hi, This kind of problem occurs if tv screen got hit by some thing that damage internally and its irreparable, second possible cause is magnetic field nearby screen, please check any speaker or some thing that has magnet inside around tv, remove it from tv to fix purple hue at top of screen. Unplug tv from AC wall socket for 20-25 minutes, replug back in and turn it On, this will demagnetize screen to cure the problem.
Totally depends on how far you live from the station you want. I sell antennas, converter boxes, the whole shebang at my retail store, and you're not alone in your confusion :-) My best advice to you is this:
If you live closer than 15 miles, rabbit ears
If you live closer than 20 miles, omnidirectional
If you live closer than 50 miles, midrange outdoor (oldschool arial w/ rotator)
Further than 80 miles, you'll need a long range with rotator, perhaps
even an amplifier to go with it. Print off what your results were on
antenna web and bring it to a RadioShack or a local antenna store and
they should be able to point you to the right antenna for your
hook the antenna to the VCR rf conecter IN.
buy some RCA jacks and a three way deal and hook the red to sound red out ,white to sound output white,
and yellow is always video hookit to yellow vido out on the vcr/dvd. The other ends go to the inputs on the TV....same color code.
or you can just hook a cable to rf connector OUT on the vcr and other end to( it with problably just same antenna in) to TV.
do you happen to have any speakers of any size within about 3 feet in any direction of the tv??
move them if so,
I have large speakers about 5 feet from my tv at home and i still get some distortion once in a while with red and dark green streaks.