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Rca hdtv dlp screen flashing


Sounds like it could be the power supply. Try changing the brightness of the screen and changing picture modes like movie or standard. If this causes the flashing to change in severity, it will most likely be the power supply board

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There are two black boxes on each side of my tv screen. How do i get rid of these boxes?


Watch some HD or other 16:9 programming. If you have pillarboxes on the sides it is likely that you are watching a 4:3 program that doesn't fit your TV's screen. When people upgrade from a "regular" TV to a "widescreen" model they changed the shape of the TV but didn't change the shape of 60+ years of TV programming, the only ways to force the "square peg" to fit the "rectangular hole" is to either chop off the top and bottom of the image or to stretch it. I highly recommend against either of these as "Stretch-O-Vision" is just wrong because it makes people look fat and turns car tires and other circles into short fat ovals.

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I have a new flat screen monitor, thats oblong in shape and my eyes are going nuts because its all stretched out and i want it square looking.how can i change it?


This is common with wide screens and the screen resolution needs to be adjusted to keep the correct aspect ratio.
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My method, open MS Word - new document then Click on Insert - Picture - Autoshape and select a circle and place this shape in the document. Then if you wish to make the shape larger, then hold down the Shift key and drag the corner box to make the shape larger.
NOTE by holding down the Shift key, the circle will keep its shape and not distort.
Now Click on Control panel - Display - Settings and adjust the screen resolution and then view the Word doc with the circle, if it is not a perfect circle then, adjust the screen resolution again until you see a perfect circle. I suggest you start at the highest resolution that suits you and work down.

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Compaq 6410nx won't come on unless switch is removed and the pins are touched.


Is the aesthetics of the computer a factor?

May sound like an inane question, but there are those of us that can live with two wires hanging out to a switch.

http://www.directron.com/atxswitch.html

This Actually IS the usual style, and shape of most Power On switches.

Once you take the Power On button mechanism, out of the Front Panel of your computer, you may see this type of switch, incorporated into it.

Advise use care, as Power On button mechanisms are made of plastic, and the power on switch is usually held in by tangs formed out of that plastic part.

The tangs have the tendency to snap off easily. Warm water usually helps when removing the old switch, by heating the plastic up. Dry accordingly, install the new switch.

Or, you may want to peruse a computer repair shop, and see if they have one available. Sometimes they tear down old computers, and save the switches.

This information stated, goes more towards the Mom and Pop type of computer repair shops, not the fancy, 'I want to sell you an expense computer, before you go out the door', shops.

The Power On button you push is just a plastic device, that pushes against one of these types of switches.

Pushes against that little 'N-ipple' that sticks out of the switch.

Just for edification, as not many techs bother to take a Power On switch apart;

Viewing the photo of the switch in the link I provided.

1) You'll see a square case. Metal square top for half of the case, plastic for the bottom half.

2) The n-ipple that sticks out, is a cylindrical shape that is molded to the middle of a flat square base.
It's made of plastic.

3) The metal top is square shaped, and has a hole in the middle. There are tangs that come down the sides of the metal top.
These tangs are bent over, and this is what holds the metal top, onto the plastic square bottom piece.

4) Inside under the movable part of the switch itself, (Number 2 above), is a square, flat, thin sheet of spring metal. (Very Thin)
It is convex shaped.

Pushing the n-ipple in of the switch, depresses the concave shape of the flat spring metal piece.
Makes it flat.

When it is flat, it contacts two terminal contacts at the bottom, of the plastic bottom piece.
The two terminal contacts, are attached to those two wires you see sticking out of the switch.

Letting go of the Power On button let's the flat spring metal piece pop back into it's convex shape.

All the things you never wanted to know, huh?

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Polaroid HD TV 32" Black square in the center of the screen,


Is your closed caption selected? I saw the same problem with my friend's Sansui HDTV.

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SAMSUNG HP- R4252 PURPLE LINES IN SQUARE LIKE SHAPES


those square shapes are the result of a faulty logic board which communicate with the buffers for picture display on the screen. is there any green squares as well?

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My apex gb43hd10 has a black screen square only on cbs.


it is your captions turn captions off how old is you tv is it analog or digital tuner

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