Question about Sony Televison & Video
There are times that your TV screen exhibits color variations/problems, especially, if there are any electro-magnetic devices placed near it.
A typical example of this are hi-fi speakers, radio, mobile phones. Such devices can interfere with your viewing capacity, and may cause static on your TV screen. You may try to isolate them and see if that would help restore the normal color of your screen
Since, after some time, due to vibration from sound or movement of such equipments and due to gravity the first 3 (red, blue and green video) have the tendency to loosen some from the connections.
Go back to your TV and try pushing them in again until they feel tight again. Check you TV screen. If it continues, go to the rear of the cable box or Satellite receiver and do the same. That should bring your colors back to normal. If you are using an other type of connection, disregard this operation.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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