Question about Goodmans W280NS Television
We've had the above TV for a year and no problems but last night the picture started getting 'grainy' and then broken coloured lines appeared over the programme and then eventual the picture disappeared completely and various coloured lines and blocks appeared.
I have disconnected the power, etc and when re-turning the TV on it is ok for a few minutes then the problems start again.
Please can you help?
For cms voodoo, change your power module.
for tomchik, check your input voltage for voltage drop or fluctuation, if any employ voltage stabilizer, then change your power module. make sure that there is enough ventilation around your tv.
for bananahead , go and change your backlight inverter
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Let me give you Technical tip. Find "IF Block" in TV, it would be near Tuner, Open the IF Block and resold it with solder iron. make sure not to make bridges between solder points. Reason of problem in your TV is .."acostic tuning frequency drift". I dont know, how to clear my point. But I am sure, this will solve your TV's problem. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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