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SOURCE: Picture is green and fuzzy in shaded areas

I have only see this issue caused by either a defective main bd. or a defective A/V bd. I am sorry but both would require a new bd and no simple repair exists.

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Toshiba 19DV500B screen has a white hue on tv picture, how do I resolve?

If the tv menu is also messed up then the lcd panel needs replaced. if not under warranty replace the tv.

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////my insignia NS-LTDVD26 turns on but has no light. What I mean is you can vaguely see the picture faded but it isnt lightingthe picture up to view. What can I do?

First try setting your contrast and brightness. It's a balancing act so you'll work with, but put more on the contrast. Also if you have access to a user friendly picture adjustment work with it. That increases the amplitude going to your color guns and your color temperature. If these are not on the set itself take you remote and hit menu and brouse the menu for control of these functions. Hue is an important function, it mixes red and green to get facial tones true. I hate to tell you this part, that's why I saved it for last. What you described it a good sign of the screen wearing out. It's the same thing that happens ocassionally in TVs with CRT Tubes. Hope the adjustments fix it, DanGill

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Colour on my screen is wrong its mainly a green colour im noticing, it over powers most of the colour on screen.

Most monitors have colour balance settings, these can be accessed by buttons on the monitor, trying looking around and adjusting colour balance, hue and other settings

Feb 28, 2011 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Hi I am having problems with the color settings on my Polaroid HDTV Model 3700. I went into the settings and screwed up the Red, Green and Blue settings. I was trying make some adjustments and now the...


If you go to the Video Settings again where you altered the hue and saturation, there is an option for "Picture Mode". It probaby says "User" at the moment, but if you highlight this option and then use the RIGHT arrow key to change it to "Vivid" or "Hi-Bright", this should undo all of the changes you previously made and give you a good base to work from when re-adjusting.

There are no "correct" numbers as it's down to your own preference and varies according to the lighting conditons in the room where you use the TV. You should only ever make very minor adjustments to any of these settings and check the picture on the screen after making each adjustment and before making any others.

Hope this helps - please let me know if you need further assistance.


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Everything was fine. then we noticed a blue hue to the picture.

Have the PSM ( Picture Status Memory) or CSM (Colour Status Memory) under 'picture/display settings' been modified? you could try resetting them.

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Screen just turned green. Sound but no picture.

Contact your LG repair centre. There will be a problem with the main board settings for the RGB gain levels, this is the area which sets up the colour balance. A factory re-set may cure the problem but more likely the EPROM settings on the main board would need to be rectified.

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How do you adjust color, color seems too green?

There should be colour settings under the "picture" tab in the menu. In the colour settings you can change the level of green, blue and red (the 3 that make white) Here you can scale the green back to make it closer to equal with blue and red

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The contrast setting should always be more than the brightness setting, it's purely common sense to have the black levels dark and the white levels light. I advise your brightness to be 40, and your contrast to be set to 60.

You shouldn't alter the hue, as most manufacturers would have spent significant time balancing this anyway, so set this to 50 and leave it alone.

The saturation shouldn't be altered too much, the best bet is to set this to 55 and let it be. Also, the colour temperature shouldn't be changed atall, so set this to the default setting and leave it alone.

As for the sharpness setting, this should definitely be set quite low. I advise setting the sharpness to 40, and the reason for this is most people assume that the higher the sharpness the better quality and detail, and they're completely wrong.

If you do what I said, you should end up with a crisp, smooth and colourful picture.

Nov 29, 2008 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Picture is green and fuzzy in shaded areas

I have only see this issue caused by either a defective main bd. or a defective A/V bd. I am sorry but both would require a new bd and no simple repair exists.

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