My rooms have green grainite floor and they are chipping at various places and its base colours has become white due to dust and moreover the surface has become rough, please suggest some appropriate filler.--Vikram
The best filler is epoxy,your best bet is to go to a marble and granite fabricating company,they will sell you the resin and they will tint it the right color, so all you have to do is add the hardener and fill where needed,they would probably charge you 5 to 10 dollars,this would save you from buying the epoxy resin,hardener,and the green tint, most of these shops that install granite have people there that will tell you how to apply it to your tiles.good luck
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The chips can be repaired with epoxy, color matched to your stone. chips on the face are fairly easy, chips on the edges are a bit more difficult. I assume your granite floor is tile, and if it is granite and not a soft stone such as marble or travertine, it should not dull or look "dusty". If it is in fact granite, the white residue is more than likely due to hard water deposits. I usually use a single edge razor(use extreme caution, razors are sharp) to scrape or cut the deposits off. Another cause may be an inappropriate cleaner that has actually taken the polish off the granite. If you can email some close-up pictures, I may be able to help you further. thanks, Brandon Wiese http://www.StoneRepairman.com
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This is a GPU chip problem, it has a bad connection to the motherboard, that can cause YLOD, no picture, freezing, pixilation, no hard drive activity, no synchronization with the controller through the USB cable , colors get missed up , see lines and different forms of pixels on the screen then it freezes, all these symptoms indicate a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard, there is only one real solution , Reballing the GPU chip , PS3 GPU chip is a very sensitive chip due to the fact that it has a built in memory chips so you need a very reputable place to do that procedure for your console , the photo story you see is an example of the reason and the solution and the link is for the place to fix it for you and give you a one year warranty on the repair.
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i had the same lines on my 65' mitsubishi tv after replacing the DLP chip. after going back over everything i realized that the casinf that holds the chip in was not in the lock position. i took the chip out and replaced it then turned the little locking mechanism to the locked position. now my screen is perfect. hope this helps.
Hello, be careful, because all recent hp cartridges have a chip which even though you've refilled the cartridge, the chip 'tells' the printer logic that it's empty. And it's not possible to reset the chip if it's a genuine hp cartridge. You can buy a chip resetter tool but they only work on non-genuine hp cartridges. That's not all though,;in order to refill the hp cartridges successfully you need a vacuum filler, and it's nigh-on impossible to do it at home. If you want to save money and not end up with nasty ink everywhere, buy a cheap copy of a hp cartridge. I know they're available on Amazon, but the place I can recommend is
inkrite (I'm assuming you're in the UK due to your spelling of colour) This isn't an ad for them; I personally used their products and have done for years.
hope u r a professional..as u r handling chip-level repairing of monitor, knowing itz hazardous n dangerous..
however, check thoroughly for dry soulderings..(esp. at the crt base)..[this chance is maximum].. see if the base is loose or faulty.. yes, it can b the 'chroma ic'..but don't ignore the associated components..(esp around the base).. check video amplifier n sub section.. the colour diodes, transistors n resistances at the base..
for better supervision contact ur system admin/vendor....
the problem is that even if you dont use the color supplies they do have a life cycle clock, you could try reseating the cartridge but i doubt that will work. what needs to happen is that the chips need to be reset or replaced on the color cartridges, its cyan now soon it will be yellow and then magenta. you can 1) replace the cartridges with new ones orr 2) have a cartridge refill place replace the chips on them. they dont need to be refilled unless the toner from age and humidity became soild.
what most people dont understand is that if all you print is black then dont buy a color laser printer. toner over time can become a soild chunk and ruin your cartridge. most laser cartridges have a 2 year shelf life thats seald in a air and water tight bag in open air the toner starts pulling in the humid air and starts to become soild, this can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few years.
The route through the circuits in the TV from the various sources all lead to the final video amplifiers for red green and blue.
Somewhere along the route is a circuit called a colour switch. This allows colour if the signal is strong enough, otherwise it only allows black and white. This fault suggests a weak video chip which is the one just before the switch circuit. the fault could also be a faulty coupling capacitor to or from this chip, or a low power supply voltage. Check for dry soldered joints around this circiut.
Please note if resoldering on new televisions that they may have non leaded solder which requires about 50 degrees centigrade hotter iron.
No, it isn't to do with white balance. Instead it is due to a combination of noise swamping (or at least modifying significantly) the exposure measured by the pixel, and the interpolation algorithm in the sensor processing chips that "guesses" the colour of a pixel based on the readings from nearby pixels. These algorithms are better at rendering certain kinds of image elements than others. Large areas of darkish colour often fool the algorithms into attempting to produce detail that doesn't exist.