Blue screen and menus work but hook anything and it tells me no signal
First the color wheel is very noisy. But when it turns on the blue screen comes on bright and clear ( that is on a input with not TRUE signal.) When I hook my dvd player on the component i get audio but I get a blue screen and a small box in the bottom left that tells me I have no signal.
Re: Blue screen and menus work but hook anything and it...
The color wheel bing noisy is a common problem iyt will eventually give a negative type picture, Loewe have now a solution to service this without replacement,I haven't tried it yet but I have one in the wirk shop to do. The second issue is probably a signal board issue, the tv handle menu systems differently from AV inputs. Loewe do part exchange prices on signal boards.
Before you change the signal board test with an AVS input from a camera or something, earlier models were sent out before Loewe had a license for HDCP and this can also cause the problem of no signal.
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those are probably the speaker wires. one way to figure out the combination is to take turns switching between the balance and fade options on the deck and hooking up a speaker to it at a low volume. when the speaker comes on, you can write down the correct colors and hook them up where they should be in the vehicle. there is probably a white or black line on one of the two wires of each color wire. it represents either positive or negative.
regarding the blue wire, there is only one because this is your remote wire. it controls anything that needs a power signal from the head unit. things like an amp or crossover. if you don't have an amp or anything, cut it so there is no bare wire and either tape it off or use a wire nut. it sends a 12 v signal which will short and blow fuses and ruin your stereo. don't hook it up to a speaker.
Depending on how you have your unit hooked up you may have a switch in the wrong position or not have a signal to the TV. Blue screen is the option if no video signal is present. Is your audio going through an amplifier? If so check all the signal feeds to verify that you have a signal going to the TV.
The easiest way to check this would be to hook a DVD up directly to the TV using a separate audio and video cable. If you still have a blue screen I would go into the menus and see if the settings are correct for blue screen.
If everything checks out ok then you probably have a bad small signal board and will need to replace it.
You can hook your dvd player in tv by using component video input terminal having green-red-blue colors for video signal and red-white for audio signal. so total 5 wires been used here. color order should be exact at both units, tv and dvd player i.e green to green, blue to blue and so on.
vcr can be hooked at composite video input in tv having 3 pins, yellow for video, red-white for audio in both units, vcr and tv. pins color should be exact on both units.