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Model no NX785QC8G screen lights up white with 3 lines about 2/3 up the screen

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SOURCE: Toshiba 42h81

Hello, one of possible solutions is to replace capacitors (10uF/50V) on HYPER (PD0246) module. Please ask the tech to check/replace them. If you need more info please advice.

Posted on Apr 27, 2007

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My Nextbook model NX785QC8G freezes when you turn it on. How do I reset it to the factory settings? I have looked, but have not found a reset button.


Check http://support.nextbookusa.com/support/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/84/0/reset-instructions-for-nx785qc8g.

1. Hold down the Volume (+) and the Power button at the same time, until you see No Command on your screen. (The tablet will act like it's going to turn on and go black, continue to hold your buttons until No Command shows up on your screen)
2. Release your buttons when you see the No Command appear on your screen.
3. Tap the Volume (+) once, and a blue menu will appear on your screen.
4. You will use the Volume (-) to navigate and the Power to select. Tap theVolume (-) until you highlight "Wipe Data Factory Reset"
4. Press your Power button to select it.
5. You will see a list of "No's" and one "Yes." Use the Volume (-) to go to the onlyYES on your screen.
6. Press your Power button to select the Yes.
7. This will prompt your tablet to go through the motions of resetting itself. When you see the words ''Wipe Data Complete", tap your Power button once to selectReboot System Now.
8. Your tablet will power off and power back up on its own; this will take a little longer than normal, so give it a couple minutes before it boots.

Dec 29, 2015 | Nextbook Tablets & eReaders

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My led samsung tv has a horizontal line and the upper right corner shows a white vertical lines


Not good. You may have a tab failure. A repair shop may be able to diagnose and repair this, but most likely the lcd panel is broken. The panel is the most expensive part of flat tv's. A new panel will cost more than a used tv.

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I need to wire a 3 gang switches in a 3 gang box


before u start make sure power is off before working with electrical lines ---start with the 12/2 coming into box black [power] white [ground-neutral] and u will have 3 separate lines for the lights so u will have 4 lines total coming in the box== with the 3 light lines take the white and strip back the plastic and connect [wire nut] all 3 to the 12/2 white line --now take the 12/2 black line and connect it to the first switch gold color screw- bottom screw -now take some wire about 2-3 inch strip both ends and connect from the 12/2 black wire connection on the switch and connect to the gold /bottom of switch 2 than do the same for switch 3 connecting the wire from switch 2 so u will have power feeding all 3 switches-- now connect the black lines for the lights to the other side of each switch and ur done

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When playing Xbox 360 Games i get Flashing lights/Lines


sounds like the graphics chip is on its way out might just be a cold solder joint normaly turns to 3 red lights when ppl mention this to me

Jun 08, 2009 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Horizontal white lines across top of TV screen


Vertical hold circuit is failing.

Check capicitor in vertical hold circuit. You should have solid knowledge of electronics repair before attemping repair. TV's can emmit harmful radiation, and produce voltages up to or in excess of 30kV.

Oct 07, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Horizontal white lines across top of TV screen


Hi I had the same problem. Broken white lines across the top of the screen. This is called overscan. You need to go into the Setup menu, other settings. 16:9 overscan needs to be on. Hope this helps.It solved our problem.

Sep 15, 2008 | Panasonic CT-2006S 20" TV

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GREEN VERTICAL LINES


vertical line ic no pda 3653

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Diagonal white lines...


Thats the first stages of the 3 red lights ,the white lines are vertical sheering caused by the vga chip.Microsoft now give 3 years warrenty for the 3 red light error plus if you have only just had it back from Microsoft then it will have deffo got a year on it anyway.

Jun 08, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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32 in RCA MODEL NUMBER f32650


TV FINE UNTIL 2 NIGHTS AGO HAVE HAD 4 YEARS, STARTED HAVING A FOGGY SCREEN WITH WHITE HORIZONTAL LINES. HAS SOUND A FOGGY SCREEN WITH WHITE HORIZONTAL LINES. called retrace lines please check 1 screen control on eht transformer is mituned 2 supply to screen of crt 3 supply to rgb video output is absent 4 connector loose 5 crt base loose thanks

Sep 11, 2007 | RCA F32650 32" TV

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