Question about Televison & Video
Is there anything I can do to try and fix this problem on my own as I would not be able to afford to fix it myself
I doubt you will be able to fix that problem yourself since its a modulation out of sync in a device which I'm familiar with, but I forgot the technical name. Usually all TV's will sooner or later have that problem with age. It's good money down the drain, because once a TV has picture problem of such it inherently causes other problems. The device is made of many adjustable rheostats which takes time tuning (color mixtures).
You'll never get it back to factory specs. Best to forget about it and buy a new TV, a word from someone who's gone through the hassle more than once. Besides if your TV is more than 10 years old, the part will no longer be stocked or available.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Haier 42 inch plasma
Many of the issues with this hunk of junk can be fixed by Sears through a "3 cards and a chip" upgrade - Sears will order the parts for you after they come out and see that sure enough, your monitor hasn't been upgraded (after the upgrade is completed, a sticker is placed on the monitor) which you most likely haven't had done. The chip will fix the problems you're having. I claimed this as "manufacturers issue" with Sears, since they know about the problems with these monitors and they did the work for free. The parts need to be ordered by their tech rep, then they are sent to your house, with instructions and if you're a little handy you can install everything yourself.
Posted on Jul 08, 2007
Check the color settings in the menu. It has white balance and color correction that can be adjusted by hand. If you don't know how to adjust the color balance, just reset the color settings or choose a preset color selection (Dynamic, Movie or Normal).
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
it sounds like a bad t-con board. this board my not be sold without geting the whole screen. the t-con borad is at the top of the screen and connects to your main board
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
All plasma an lcd TV have boards that control vertical and horizontal output to their respective areas. They are connected to the screen by ribbon cables. If one of these boards fails all together, has a failed chip, a bad connection, or a bad ground somewhere it will result in a black line in the area of that board. A bad ribbon cable connection on the bottom will result in a vertical black bar though the screen. Many times resetting the connection will fix it, if the ribbon cable has been nicked there could be a severed connection. They an sometimes be fixed, but it is a pain. An yes I have done it, but the bar is gone. The same will happen if the chip that outputs to that area opens. The connectors are the first place to look paying close attention to the cable, they are extremely delicate so great care must be taken if you decide to tinker with em, the usually have lift locks that release them, but it is very easy to wreck em.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
It sounds like the lamp might be bad. The lamp lights up the screen from behind, so without the light you can see shapes moving but they are very dark.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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