My f380 was making black and white pictures over cast with green this situation has now changed to overcast with a reddish colour.I have tried new cartridges new usb leads running the printer from my laptop running prevx as well as avg and I have now purchased a new printer a samsung clp300 and it does the same thing on both computers I have also updated the drivers.PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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Unless you tell it otherwise, your camera sets its colour profile based on the colours as seen under natural daylight. If you are using artificial light, the colours will actually be different. Tungsten lighting gives a a yellow/orange colour and fluorescent tends more towards the green. You need to find the White Balance control in your camera's menu and set it for the lighting in your scene. IF you have several differnet types of light, then you might need to work on the image in a photo editing package such as Photoshop or PS Elements.
Search Google for articles on lighting colour casts.
A good TV repair shop should be able to repair this but given the current price of flat panel TV's you might want to think about scrapping it. I was a little confused about your description of the fault, one colour disappearing is in a very different area of fault from all colour disappearing. Does it flash into correct colour momentarily if you fine tune it? Is the picture as far as you can tell black and white or does it have a strong colour cast on it where everything is for example reddy or bluish etc? I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions. I appreciate your vote if you appreciate my reply.
You have the colour balance set to "indoor" or "tungsten". The camera is compensating for the yellowish cast that you get from indoor lighting. You should set the colour balance to "auto" and the camera will cope with all lighting situations automatically.
You have not said w2hether these are daylight pics or pics taken inside under halogen lights. The later requires a blue filter.
Daylight pics that show blue are set to the wrong Kelvins in your menu. Set the camera back to factory settings and make a note of the Kelvins ( temperature scale) that is the standard setting.. You can manipulate the color of the pics taken in certain light by moving the scale upward to warm the pic in overcast situations or down in bright light to remove red cast that some light or lights ( bulbs) tend tp create in pics.
hi there, you have a color section or video section problem, check the crt board, there may be and open resistor or jumper, check those transistor driver too. check the small board at the back of the crt tube, do some test and see any cold solder. ty
The green gun in your picture tube is set a little too high.
If you are experienced in removing the back cover of TV's,etc., you may try to find the drive and/or bias controls either on the circuit board that plugs on to the neck of the picture tube or mounted on the main circuit board of your TV. These controls are usually labeled. If you can find them, locate the green bias or drive control and back it down a little while watching the picture through a mirror. A slight adjustment may correct your problem.tJIS IS CALLED GRAY SCALE ADJUSTMENT.
BE CAREFUL THERE ARE SOME HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS NEARBY. WORK WITH ONE HAND AND USE AN INSULATED TOOL TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS
I hope this may help you.AGAIN BE CAREFUL!!