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Hitachi 43FWX20B 43. After I set TV to any input, as soon as try to change the channel the input reverts back to Ant A Coax picture rather than HD

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SOURCE: TV screen goes blank but power stays on

Sounds like the CRTs are going into protective blanking due to the vertical output ic needing to be resolderd. Try resoldering the vertical IC that may possibly fix the issue.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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SOURCE: My Ant A Input Not Working

Good Day, babt;
TRY THIS:

MAY ONLY BE ABLE TO SELECT ANTENNA A AND B. WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL PRESS MENU, SELECT "SET UP" AND THEN "AV CONNECTION HOME THEATER" SET "AV NETWORK" TO "OFF" AND "TV LOCKED TO INPUT 1" TO "NO" THEN EXIT THE CUSTOMER''S MENU, TURN THE UNIT OFF UNPLUG IT AND THEN PLUG IT BACK IN, IF THE PROBLEM RETURNS AN E2 RESET IS NEEDED. ACCESS THE OPTION MENU BY PRESSING "MENU 1, 3, 7, 0", USE THE ADJUST BUTTON TO SELECT "E2 RESET" AND PRESS "QV". IF THIS IS NOT RESOLVED BY THE E2 RESET REPLACE THE EEPROM, IC701 PART # 275P163010. THE E2 RESET IS ALSO NECESSARY AFTER REPLACEMENT OF IC701.
Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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SOURCE: hitachi ultrascan HD tv 43 inch

Good Day;
If you don't hear the relay click suspect Q003. No power suspect Q912, Q914 & I901. Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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SOURCE: PROBLEM WITH GETTING LOCAL hd CHANNELS

You need to have a set top box.

By law, as of March 1, 2007, almost all televisions should include a built-in tuner (called HDTV, digital, or ATSC tuners) that can receive high-definition programs over the air by simply connecting an antenna. Your HDTV doesn't have such a tuner, you'll need to connect an external tuner (or cable or satellite box) to watch high-definition programming. External over-the-air HDTV tuners currently cost at least $150.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Philips HD tv has no picture

common fault this , normally the fuse has failed on y-main board due to shorted thick film unit

unfortunately its not a cheep repair job.

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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The manual for this TV can be found here. If you are watching broadcast television, or cable TV service that does NOT require use of a set top "cable box" tuner, you would connect the coax cable from the UHF / VHF antenna or cable into the ANT cable connector on the rear of the TV as shown on page 8 & 9 in the manual.

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1. Your HD box should have a coax out (or to TV) connection on the back of the box.
2. Connect a coax cable from the back of the HD box to the "RF IN (FROM ANT.)" in the back of the VCR.
3. When you set your VCR to record you need to set it to copy channel 3 and tune the HD box to the channel you want to record.
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I have a hitachi rptv model #43FWX20B and the picture has a red tint to it. Opened back up and red green and blue bulbs light up. red bulb stays bright while blue and green go dim to bright as tv plays....


Howdy;
Since you don't have any white lines with the red screen/picture I would say that the red bulb (CRT) is conducting too much. There is an adjustment control for that. The 'sceen' control is behind the speaker cover and service cover. Turn red screen control slightly to the left until you get a good black and white picture.

Good Luck, Big Irish.

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This could be related to the aspect ration setting. perhaps you ahve changed your aspect ratio from 16:9 to 4:3 or some other setting. If you are connected via HDMI, then the digital signal may be "normalizing" your picture during HD, but reverting back to the other setting.

Check you video settings very carefully. HD televisions are very difficult to tweak properly.

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Most likely there is a strong possiblity that the vertical scan amplifier for the observed colour channel is starting to fail. An experienced TV tech who works on your model type can fix this.

Any fault is fixable. It is a question of the amount you are willing to spend, and the avialability of parts from the manufacture.

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yea take the set to a tech reprogram.or take out the plug and plug it in after 30 min.if the problem does not go.do as i say.good luck.

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