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When your hd 1080 50 inch tv is orange in colour when on

1080i HD Tv 50 inch, when you turn it on, it is ornage in colour

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SOURCE: No HDMI input socket on Toshiba 'HD Ready' TV

There is an easy way to adapt the cable.

Any good computer shop will have the adaptor.

Take the HDMI cable to them, and tell them you want an adaptor to go to composite signal.

(I know that they're made, many of the graphics cards I use to build computers come with that cable adaptor)

You also might try Best Buy or Radio Shack, but you might not have much luck with them.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Lost manual. How do you make TV rescan for HD

Here's the user guide. I think you might find something that can help you on page 23 of the guide (which consequently is also page 23 of the PDF document).

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2 year old 37in Toshiba 1080 LCD HD tv has a dark shadow

it sound like one of the drivers is going out, not much you can do with out service

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: White/Grey screen with non-HD channels

I removed the HDMI cable and connected with component video and rca audio. No more white screen.

Picture quality looks good. I don't know if it's as good as HDMI, but then I don't need to reboot the TV three times to get to teh on-demand menu... Grrrrr....

I am trying to contact Toshiba on this as well. I have seen several reports of this problem on the web.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Toshiba 32av500u HD LCD TV.NO picture

Its a backlight problem. Common with this model. Under warranty? If not, then its a service shop repair.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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