Question about Sanyo DS24425 24" TV
I have digital cable and i just moved to a new house. When the cable man hooked up the cable my picture on the screen looks tilted. I seen this before but not this bad. I also on ocaisons see a small discolerd spot on the screen. the tv is just over a year old.
First option: find online the TV set remote code to enter the "service menu" where you may have some options to reset or configure the TV tilt you are talking about, almost like a computer monitor, depending on the options in the service menu.
But you may have cold solders in the TV circuits causing these little problems to get worst because of the moving vibrations and bumps, etc. may be also a cracked circuit board, so I recomend you to take care of that before something worst get damaged.
The technical proccedure is to open the TV set and find broken solder spots caused by thermal stress and resolder them to avoid blown semiconductors. You also may need to replace some dryed capacitors as the tilt seems to be related with that.
Some TV sets have design deficiencies and other have bad solder proccess so thermal stress is common even in the most known brands. As you said the TV set is almost a year old then you may have still a valid warranty so claim for it to the support number.
If not a valid warranty then you may consider to pay a technician or repair it yourself depending on your skills.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
Due to shifting your deflection coil has tilted. small discolored spot on the screen is also due to same thing. it is better to call tech to do it right though it is minor work but skill is required. good luck.
Due to shifting your deflection coil has tilted.
small discolored spot on the screen is also due to same thing.
it is better to call tech to do it right though it is minor work but skill is required.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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