Question about Televison & Video
Component RCA Connectors are RED, BLUE, GREEN for picture. Sound is RED and WHITE. The red and white for sound work the same with the YELLOW that does picture. If the RED, BLUE, GREEN are in the wrong order you will get a blue or green picture. For the sound, try the other red and white connectors nearby. Make shore the right red connectors are connected correctly for sound or picture. Otherwise there could be a cable fault or a TV fault. If you get the picture right but not the sound, connect the sound into a stereo.
Posted on Jul 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blue and yellow color
Blue should converge on top of "yellow".Bad connection(s) on blue convergence IC.Replace both IC's for durable repair. Check pico fuses.Reset convergence alignment.
Blue should converge on top of "yellow".Bad connection(s)
on blue convergence IC.Replace both IC's for durable repair.
Check pico fuses.Reset convergence alignment.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
The reason the picture is blue on the DVD is because you have poor video cables running the feed, probably RCA yellow cable im guessing. Get some nice component cables for the DVD feed and it will fix you right up.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: Tv has sound but no picture.
If it works on DVD but not on your Dish, and when you connected it to another house it had the same problem then it sounds like your input connection is bad on the TV. That is if I am understanding this right. From what I am reading your Dish network is not showing a picture but the audio is working fine. The DVD player works fine on the TV though. Then you took the TV and hooked it to another dish system and it was the same problem. That sounds to me like you TV is having a problem, either that or the cables for your Dish network are bad. Try switching to a different input, like the one the DVD player is on and seeing if it works there. If not, then the cables are bad and you just need to replace the cables. If it does work though where the DVD was working before then your TV input is bad on that port you were hooked to before.
Let me know if you have any other questions and if this was helpful. If you need some more clarification let me know, I hope this is helpful. Good luck and have a good weekend. Get it fixed before the Super Bowl.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Try to Google the new part number. Also, the old part number can be replaced. Google it also and the repair center, Video Display Corp., comes up...with pricing. I would like the new part numbers for the green and red tubes also.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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