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My tv shows backwards

The words that shows across the tube be in reverse

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Check deflecton yoke coil. wrong connection.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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Press the menu button w/the projector on ,projecting a image.There is a reverse image selection that you just need to undo :)

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Hear both sides of tape on playback ??


It's a 4-head reversable deck where the Forward tracks are arranged across the physical tape surface, front-to-back as follows:

ForwardLeft ReverseRight ForwardRight ReverseLeft

...so it sounds like the Reverse playback heads are engaged at the same time you play Forward, so you would hear those adjacent tracks backward. If you play the tape in the Reverse direction, is the Forward program audible (but backward)?

If so and in otherwise high fidelity, something in the Forward/Reverse head selection may be hosed.

Or, if the out-of-phase tracks are mushy and low volume, the physical tracking of the tape across the heads could be WA-A-A-A-Y bad. That would probably be visible as sideways distortion in the tape path. Shine a high-intensity light on the tape where is passes over the heads, then reverse it while watching where it sets up on the heads. It should be centered on the heads and not change its orientation when reversed. Compare where it tracks in motion with the probable visible wear marks (shiny bars across the heads perpendicular to the travel) where the tape has polished the heads over the years.

Or, the heads are so worn the coils pick up signals from their neighboring tracks.

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check the connection of deflection yoke coil. its a wrong connection from vertical.

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Zenith picture problems


Your TV is showing signs of age. It's displaying something called "vertical foldover" which is due to capacitors in the set's vertical output section that need to be replaced. These failed parts can stress the vertical output integrated circuit, and if that goes bad your picture will collapse to a thin horizontal line. The capacitors themselves (usually 3 or 4 need to be replaced) are pretty cheap. A TV shop in your area (if there are any still around!) could fix it and the repair should be under $100.

By moving those rings on the tube's neck (which is actually the back) you have messed up the set's convergence. Those rings are magnets which adjust the electron beams in the tube so the red, green and blue images line up correctly on the tube face. The rings are often marked with a stripe after adjustment to show how they were lined up. Look carefully at them and see if there are any marks you can go by to reset them. To properly converge the set some equipment is needed to generate the adjustment test pattern. Again, a shop could do it for you.

All things considered, at this point you might seriously consider replacing the set. Not because the troubles aren't fixable, but because other parts can start failing because of age, and by now your picture tube is on borrowed time as well.

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import java.util.*;
public class StringReverse {
  public static void main(String[] argv) {
    //+
    String s = "Support Tech Problem";

    // Put it in the stack frontwards
    Stack myStack = new Stack();
    StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer(s);
    while (st.hasMoreTokens()) myStack.push(st.nextElement());

    // Print the stack backwards
    System.out.print('"' + s + '"' + " backwards by word is:\n\t\"");
    while (!myStack.empty()) { 
      System.out.print(myStack.pop());
      System.out.print(' ');
    }
    System.out.println('"');
    //-
  }
}

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