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Re: Phillips plasma tv - how to darken dislay while cable...
The only thing you can do is unplug your video out lead from your dvd /cd player while playing it, also check your menu on your sony to see if it has a blank raster setting to activate. Second, why would you want to listen to a cd thru your tv, unless you don't have a stereo or surround sound system to play it on, of which I would definately have anyway. Hope this helps...
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If the display has been gradually fading and is now unreadable, the fault is almost certainly loss of emission of the fluorescent display and it will need a replacement display module fitted (at a Bose Service Centre)
Is there any sign of characters showing in a darkened room?
If it has suddenly gone off, with all other radio features are working as normal, but prior to this the display was bright and clear, and the set has not been subjected to a fall or a sudden sharp impact of some kind, (which can crack the display module and cause it to fail) then the most likely possibilities are; a failed filament supply to the display module, a failed high tension supply rail to the display module, or loss of data feed to the display. It is also possible there may be a fault in the day/night brightness switching circuitry that has shut the display down completely. It is not possible to be more specific without seeing the unit, or even knowing which model it is I'm afraid.
There are two possibilities for this fault. If COF module has any loose contact, or, display itself. If you wish to get more details about these type of fault to Plasma display, check the link given here. It has screen-shots of defective plasma dislay. Compare them to that of your TVs' and make sure. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ View it in Timslide option.
That problem is one of the common problems of plasma TV (have sounds but no picture)..As a expert of flat panel for more than 5 years I already encounter that kind of problem many times..
Actually that problem is caused of either X,Y or Z sustain board or even both 3 boards are faulty..Because some models when the one of those boards have short circuit or bad there are possibility that other sustain board are affected..But most the problem like yours is "Y-SUSTAIN" board..
try re-installing your burning software ( nero-Roxio et,c )
Does it play a standard Music/Audio CD.
if not un-install and re-install the drive.
Are the cables to the drive connected correctly ?
Does the drive support CD+ And CD- media ?
Are the cds definately Blank, any small amount of data written to them, after failed burn attempts will not show the disk as being empty.
open the back of the set and inspect the power supply board -- there should be two fuses on the board- they cost around 2 dollars at radio shack -- check all connections for wear or damage -- there are two boards in most televisions -- a power supply board and a audio / digital board -- one is probably board
To get a good signal on all TV units, the source must be good and strong. The source could be an aerial antenna or connection to your local cable provider. The message "No Signal" indicates that the TV cold not receive a decent TV signal. With this in mind, possible solution wouold then be to increase/improve the incoming TV signal:
if you are using an aerial, 'height is might' to overcome any line-of-sight obstruction. Additionally, there are antennas with higher gain, meaning they could receive better than other antennas. Another option is installing a pre-amp or commonly called booster;
if you are hooked to a cable provider then it may be to your advantage to bring this concern to their attention. They could try transferring you tap off point to a better distribution box, replace your coaxial cable with low loss or even in some cases, install an inline booster;
possible RFI (radio frequency interference) which could come from wireless phones, garage door openers, WiFi, electronic dimmers, electronic ballasts of high density lamps and others. If any are present or within the immediate vicinity, pls try to relocate or reposition.
Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.
Green bar or border is due to wrong AV Setting. To resolve this just insert the Blue-Ray DVD and begin to play. Press the Triangle button and select "AV Setting", in AV Setting change Video Output to RGB.