My tv was hit on the top left corner with a hard metal object now every time i turn it on it is green on 1/3 of the tv screen toward where the small crack is what could be my problem and how could i fix it myself
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if you are using CHUNGHOP RM-306E this would be applicable for all brands of TV..
1) Turn on the TV
2) Press S button (top left corner) until red light on
3) Press Green button (power button top - right corner)
4) press volume + button (blue at the middle on the left) until the volume signal display on the TV
5) press S button again
Now you are set..
Test the remote function it should be working now.. if not repeat the steps above until you got it working..
This universal remote (or the TV's original remote) should have an Input button, which allows you to switch the various inputs available on the TV (such as HDMI, composite, over-the-air, cable, etc). You can try hitting Input until you see a picture, but be sure to turn on any devices connected such as set top boxes, DVD players, etc.
you have a failed IC resistor usually you can physically see the bad one because it burns out leaving you to guess what the value was. Hitachi offers a convergence fix kit which has 2 IC's and all approiate resistors.
The most common cause is, shadowmask inside of the CRT is magnetized. It sounds by your description that the TV's internal degausser for the CRT is not working. This is serviceable by a service tech.
Most of the time the cause of a failed degausser is the thermoresistor. This is a common type of failure.
Another cause that can show the fault you are seeing is if the shadowmask in the CRT is defective. Sometimes the mask is damaged when the set is being moved, and is accidently banged against something. The CRT is sensitive to this type of treatement.
If the mask inside of the CRT is defvective, the only fix is a new CRT.
That is a mirrior adjustment problem, it is pretty complex to fix yourself and you can really mess up the T.V. if you don't know what you are doing. I suggest a T.V. repair man that specializes in DLP TV's.