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My Sony KDL-32M3000 has ghost (dark red) display with slow motion picture. What could be the cause and how can it be repaired. Thanks


Thats usually caused by bad flex tab bonds on the LCD panel itself. If you search for flex tab issues vidoes it will show how the pisture can get slow motion in areass as well as double images in that area.

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Sound but no picture


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Does sound comes out of TV speakers? Or you have "home theater" hooked up to?
In first occasion: TV turns on, stays on, display blinks once, then nothing?
Inverter is at fault. Second occasion: TV turns on, stays on, display glows dark, sound OK, no picture: T-con board at fault. Third occasion: TV turns on, shuts off, sound is coming through "home theater"-OK. Power supply or inverter, or T-con are at fault. TV need major diagnostics and repair in every case. Let me know if you can handle that. Will guide you through the process.
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If sound is coming and showing no display then its display problem that comes from card situated inside the LCD. So go to nearest LCD repair center and check out this.

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Cant get lcd to show 1080p


It will not display 1080p if the video signal is not 1080p, the video signal dictates what the TV will display. Your vidoe source must be 1080p.

Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r6150077-basic_lcd_monitors_troubleshooting
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Learn about bad caps: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

Capacitors kit: http://lcdalternatives.auctivacommerce.com/ he can make you a set of caps for you.
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My presario m2000 numlock and caps lock light blink but no display kindly help


Take out the battery and disconnect the power cable. Press power button for at least 1 minute.This will remove any static power from the pc. After this just connect the power cable and see if display comes on. In case still there is no display, try bootinto safe mode with VGA display. If the display is there, thenn you need to uninstall video drivers in that and restart the computer. If still no dissplay, then the vido card might have gone bad,

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I connected dvd to recorder to tv - I get sound but no picture


Hello,

It simply means there is an error in the connection of the cable to the television.

first ensure that there is a cable plugged to the video out of the dvd then you trace the wire and connect the other end to the vidoe in of the television.

After doing this, your display will come on, on the television.

Try to use new cables, in order for there not to have been a breakage in the old cable you were trying to use.

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Green and blue stripes in the picture


turn tv on, press the menu button.
look at picture if the lines are in front of the menu problems most likly the display ,if the lines are behind the menu its the vido module
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No picture or vido


Ok. Hold down the on/off switch for at least 5 seconds (or until it beeps). It will reset the display settings to the original format. you have to do this when switching back and forth from HDMI to YRGB. This should fix the problems.

Hope it Helps

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Installing a video card


first, do not disable the display graphics..then you have to install the driver or software of your vidoe card to be able to recognize by your system. then you restart . see if this will work..


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