The platic "lug nut" covers have to be removed to access three screws on each wheel. They are hard to get off without breaking them. If you look carfully you well see that is a tab on two sides of each "nut". They have to be compressed to release. After breaking two, I found that a narrow xacto blade can be pushed into the tab slot on one side. A put pressure on the blade so that the tip forces the tab toward center of the nut. A slight twist should pop on side free. The other side will come free easier. There are five on each side. Only the front and the two in rear have screw behind them. Once you remove the "nuts", and the wheel, the other screws are obvious. Two under each wheel. Two at the top of the cover and two on the video input board.
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Disassemble procedure to many popular brand TVs are given with illustrations.
There is a focus control on all CRT sets. It would be on the back of the set. It might be accessible or it might be inside which would involve removing the cover off the set. This is not recommended as there is very high voltage present in there. If it is accessible from the back without removing the cover there will likely be two little plastic knobs. One marked "F" for focus and the other one marked "S" for screen.........don't rotate the screen control, adjust the focus until your picture becomes clearer. If this doesn't help a whole lot then your picture tube might be shot and that means time for a new TV.
Yes, the back needs to be removed and the main board slides out to gain access to the IR sensor. Usually, the sensor itself is fine, the connections can get broken. Try resoldering the 3 pins for the sensor first. That alone may resolve the problem.
Looking at the television, on the lower right hand side is the ventilation opening. Remove the screws and then remove the cover. Inside the opening is the light bulb holding bracket that has a handle on it. Disconect the power wires (2) going to the bulb, remove the 3 screws holding the metal cover over the bulb and pull it out of opening. Then remove the screws holding the light bulb in place. Very simple and easy to replace.
You have to remove the entire rear case to access the video input(s) panel. There are quite a few screws. Be careful when removing the case because there is an internal wire connected from the inside back of enclosure to the main power board.
unscrew all the back black screws and gently pull the back off.
if a fuse is blown, you most likely have a severe power supply issue.usually the str would be shorted , a bridge rectifier wil also do this, a faulty ptc will blow a fuse also.
check how the fuse blew, if it looks violent then you have a short.
First did you try all the codes. Some codes do not activate that function to work with the TV. Second what type of TV is it . If it is a combination tv - vcr - dvd these are the hardest to get to work with a universal remote . good luck
Your set may need to have a screen control adjustment.
This adjustment is on the high voltage transformer and the back cover will have to be removed a access it. I'm assuming that your set has a picture tube in it- not a plasma or LCD display.
If this is the case you can remove the back cover and adjust this control while observing the picture being shown. If you adjust it too high you'll get retrace lines (fine lines going accross the screen). If you're not comfortable doing this or inexperienced, you might want to get a technician to adjust it for you. There are dangerous voltages inside!