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I have lost the red in my video to the monitor. I

I have lost the red in my video to the monitor. It occurs with all the components . I have changed cables and the same results . It satrted when I was checking the cable connections in the back of the unit. I've even substituted the cable with a HDMI cable

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If it happens on all "input" sources and you have changed the receiver "output" from component to HDMI and you have the same issue, your receiver has a video board problem and needs service. Depending on your systems setup and the available inputs of the TV, if your receiver is out of warranty, you can use it for audio and run video straight to the TV. Hope this helps

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Light is on and green but no video coming out to television what might be the problem.


Typically, this problem occurs if the audio/video (A/V) cable is not connected correctly, or if the A/V cable is faulty.

Solution 1: Set the television or monitor to the correct input
Make sure that the TV or monitor is set to the correct input for the console. Check the TV or monitor's manual to see how to configure the video inputs, or try to use the console on a different TV or monitor.

Solution 2: Connect the A/V cable securely
Sometimes, you can insert the A/V cable far enough to prevent any red lights from flashing on the Xbox 360 console but not far enough for the console to transmit images or sounds to the screen.

Solution 3: Switch the Xbox 360 Component HD AV Cable to the correct setting
Make sure that the TV/HDTV switch on the cable is set correctly.
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For more solutions, check this web page.

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My tv won't turn on...the red light indicates that it's plugged in, but everytime i press the power button, i get nothing! can someone help?!


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They are are called dead pixels. A TFT monitor is built of millions of tiny lamps(LEDs) in matrixes of the tree colors, Red, Green and Blue, these have like any other electronics component a limited life span. When dead, sometimes they stop reacting to the color changing control signal and keep emitting only one color often red(IMO because the other two components are more stressed by the higher frequency). Unfortunately this phenomenon is irrepairable. :(

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My Dell M991 TCO-99 monitor has lost the red colour i.e. there is NO red at all, an of course all the other colours are affected - shifted towards blue - is it the end of the CRT or can it be fixed by...


I'm assuming the red is gone completely; that is, it's not present at all and not just missing in video from the computer. If that's the case, you probably have a bent pin in the VGA connector, a bad signal cable, or possible video card failure.

The missing red might be due to bad solder connections. These often develop around parts that get hot, like the color output transistors. They also can occur on the circuit board that plugs onto the end of the CRT. If you're comfortable with electronic soldering you could examine the boards and repair any connections that look dodgy (grainy or visibly cracked around the component lead).

It's also possible there's been some component failure, and you won't be able to find that without some test equipment and experience with troubleshooting. It could be the CRT itself that's had it, especially if it's been around a while. Sudden loss of one of the colors is a very common failure mode.

Bottom line is check the soldering if you really want to keep this monitor, but beyond that don't bother repairing it. Not many servicers will work on computer monitors. And the cost of repair is likely to be uneconomical. New LCD monitors are quite inexpensive, and repairing your CRT one may approach replacement cost.

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Hook up another known good monitor to the video card and if it still has problems with red then you know the video card is bad and needs to be replaced.

If the known good monitor still works after being hooked up to the video card then you know the original monitor is bad.

Let me know if I can be of further help.

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The Best and Cheapest Option...is to Buy a "Modern" DVD Player...which almost every single one Has Component Connectors.

On your Current DVD, VHS...ECT. The Red and White is Audio respectively, and the Yellow is the Video.

On a Component However the Red, Blue, and green...are all Video. You will need to use your "Current" Red and White Audio Jacks from your DVD and VHS Players on your New Monitor, and New DVD Player.

As Far as VHS is concerned...if you Buy a DVD/VHS Combo...you should have a S-Video Jack on Both the Monitor, and the DVD/VHS Player...Buy a S-Video Plug.

With that you will be able to watch both DVD's, and VHS Tapes without issue

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