Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
You have a projection TV - basically a red, green, and blue spotlight is shown onto the back of an opaque screen that creates the color picture you see. The spotlights you are seeing is common for a TV of this vintage and type.
According to the user's manual, you should ideally be sitting no closer than 10 feet to the screen.
Sitting closer to the screen may enhance the phenomenon you are experiencing.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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as you see green screen with lines through it
lines you are seeing is called retrace lines.
the problem is due to green video output section failure
please check the followings as given
hope this will help.
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