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To set the clock, have good batteries in. Slide the selector to Setup (middle setting).
Push the large right button marked MENU.
Push one of the right side buttons, above the word SHOT, these are the right > and left < buttons. Push repeatedly until you see
Set where the last Set should be outlined in dark. Now push the OK button which is the large left button.
Choose the field to update with the right side buttons > or <, once you have the one to update, use the left side up and down buttons to change the value shown until it is correct. Choose the next field with the right side < or >, update the value with the left side buttons. Only when you are completed with updating all of the date and time values, do you hit OK to set them all.
After this all pictures will have the correct time available. Though you have to choose in one of the other menus whether to show the timestamp on the picture. The picture will have the date and time associated with the file when you take the card out to view it later.
More than likely you have a bad LCD panel tab. The only true fix is the replace the panel. There are companies who will repair the tab but the cost of repairing the tab, and replacing the panel will exceed the cost of a new TV set. There are youtube videos of fixes but you will have to take the entire set apart.
Most likely there are electrolytic capacitors in the power supply, video path, and scan amplifiers that are starting to fail from age. This is common in many of these sets. In consideration of the age of the set, this may not be worth having it serviced.
This sounds classic to a thermo problem where a part(s) are becoming thermo sensitive with aga and use. When the set is cold and then warmed up, the defective part(s) is changing characteristics.
Some components became thermo sensitive that are driving the display. Or an embeded component in the display itself became thermo sensitive. It is very possible that the fault is on the board that does the X - Y addressing or on the backplane electronics of the display screen itself.
Using the set with defective components is a bad idea. If the part(s) fail completely and go shorted or opened, other more costly damage can be done.
The service rep for the manufacture of your set is equiped and trained to be able to troubleshoot and service your set.
You will have to take the set in to have it serviced.
Yes. This problem comes about by actually pressing the center ring accidentally during normal viewing. Just press and hold the left or right side of the ring until the pciture straightens itself out again (if the black portion of the screen is to the right of the picture, press the right ring; if it is to the left side, press the left ring).