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If your TV has a "Menu" button on its front panel, you can press it, enter its menu window, select auto tune function, and press Vol+ button. If it has no Menu button on its front panel, you must ahve its remote control to select this function.
The problem is the result of a failure in the horizontal output or high voltage section. This means that respectively, either HOT/Convergence IC, or flyback transformer is defective. The repair is done testing the flyback, then testing or replacing the convergence IC or transistor causing the problem. The repair job will go above $150, and due to the age of TV I would say that it is better purchasing a new set. The failure in fact cannot be repaired by the user. There are no part that can be replaced in an easy way. The repair must be done by a trained and experienced person, as it consists in testing at component level, then in doing some precision soldering/de-soldering to replace the parts involved.
I would say that this TV has done its job, and that rather to repairing the old set you would better buy a new TV. I think that the best choice would be a new flat panel TV. An LCD TV consumes less than half the power needed by an older CRT like yours, and will repay the expense by itself over the years. Other advantage of a flat panel TV is that there is no radiation emission. With any CRT TV, the beam hitting the display will release a little amount of radiowave emissions. The TVs are shielded, and the emission who is mostly filtered, is not considered dangerous.It is however better to reduce the exposure of human body to higher frequency radio-waves like those emitted by CRT. In short. It is time to send the old CRT to retirement and to get a newer TV. A new flat panel will start at less than the repair price for this TV and will present different advantages.
Look like ur Xbox 360 AV RCA cables is not making contact to the input board very well.Take some rubing achahol cleans the all those input holes,take the RCA AV connections make couples twises to the red,yellow and white,will help.Make contact with ur input board it should work.
sounds like the flyback transformer is bad would need to change the supply module 6871VPM997D approx $175.00 or replacement of flyback T403 and part number 6174Z-6400B runs 49.27 but would require soldnering skills
Yes, You need to be on AUX ,you can get to that setting by pressing channel 01 then press the channels down button instead of going to channel zero it will start to cycle through your AUX's inputs on the back of the tv.Also, another way to do this is on the original remote there will be a SOURCE button or INPUT button that can also cycle your TV through the aux inputs.REMEMBER.Make sure your DVD player is turned on and hooked up or else the AUX screen will be black.Rate me when you fix it!GOOD LUCK