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Cause of screen burn typically is pixels are no longer showing full range of color. Typically a shop would cycle screens or blocks of very bright colors alternating colors to unstick any pixels not showing full range of some color. Setting tv back to factory default then adjusting could help also turning up brightness. Change color settings from cool to warm could help. Could also be a refresh rate. Verify tv is set to display at same rate as input device like cable box set to output 1080i while tv native is 720p. Just because there is a pic doesn't mean they are synced.if tv has to convert signal from 1080i to 540i then resize to fit 720p tv it may slow refresh rate tv is trying to display progressive scan image but not enough data is coming in so it redisplays previous image on every other line.and new data on every other line.
solution is check output video settings of source to match native resolution of tv. Hd cable box this is common as tech sets output to high resolution 1080i most inexpensive tv are 720p
Yoy have convergence issue with tv,try the magic focus/touch focus or manual adjustment in the menu under convergence, if can't be adjusted then your convergence ckt is the problem,you will need a tv tech to repair it.
it need to be adjusted ,the converge is off track.there usually is a settings in the menu directy.should be a easy fix.if you cant have a service tech come and adjust it.the colors should come back when its adjusted.I think it savable
Hi, I`m assuming your saying the letters on the screen have different colors (red, blue, or green) shifted to the left or right?
If so try going into the menu and adjusting your "convergence"
adjustments, basically, move the red onto the green then move the blue onto the green and the bar turns white, if one or more of the colors doesn`t adjust either up/down or left/right then the convergence IC`s have failed, this will require removal of the board and unsoldering the old IC`s and installing and soldering in the new IC`s, questions? e-mail me back, BMW Rider
One of our Ricoh CL3500N printers- less than a year old- gave us a "color regist error" after changing the transfer belt.
Ran the "adjust color regist" without results. It would just finish and pop back up with the same error.
Color test page printed no color, just BW
I reseated everything, and even replaced the PCU without positive results.
A couple hours later I went back, took everything out (be sure to keep the pcus out of the light!), and vaccuumed the heck outta that printer.
For whatever reason- maybe there was a chunk of toner hanging out, maybe I knocked something loose or back in place, whatever- but when I put all the parts in and turned it on, the error was gone and color printed great!
Manually adjust color from the driver (Windows)
Manual Color Adjustment
the steps below to make fine adjustments to the color hue for the
printed output. These settings will only make minor color adjustments.
If more drastic color adjustment is necessary, use an image editing
On the Windows desktop, click 'Start', point to 'Settings', then click 'Printers' (Windows XP: On the Start menu, click 'Printers and Faxes', Windows Vista Click / Select Start from the bottom left of the Windows screen, 'Control Panel', 'Hardware and Sound', and then click on 'Printers'.).
Note: If you are in 'Classic' view, Click 'Printers' directly from the 'Control Panel'.
2000/XP/Vista: Right-click the printer icon, then click 'Printing
Preferences'. Windows 98/Me: Right-click the printer icon, then click
On the Main tab, select 'Manual'for 'Color Adjustment.'
On the Manual Color Adjustment screen, adjust each color individually to achieve the desired effect.