Hi,few yrs old tv? do you know few basic tip's check the power main board,look for leaky capacitors ,or dry solder's -re solder .and changed the 85'degree capacitors to 105' with the same volts.remember dis-conated from AC main before you do this job.good luck.
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I don't know for the swatch specifically but all watches are roughly the same beast. If you look at the side you will notice small pins on the band. With a very small jewelers screw driver and some light tapping you can pop the pins out. The end connections near the watch and then on the clasp side are usually spring loaded which can be removed with a tiny flat blade as well. Just tap out the pins and keep track of them, you will need to tap them back in once you have removed the extra link to make this smaller.
I had the same problem. I bought my tv at Best Buy and my warranty included a new bulb for the lamp. They only last about 2 yrs or so depending on how much you watch the tv. You can also buy replacement bulbs online that don't cost too much. BUT, you will need to replace every couple of years. The things you listed are exactly what happens when the bulb goes out. Hope this helps!
Without seeing it I would suspect a bad connection on the main board. As the board heats up the board expands and as it cools in contracts opening and closing a crack in the board. Sometimes a crack or bad solder joint both are sometimes hard to find and it is a lot of solder and wait and see.I have had some luck by tapping on the board with an insulated handel of a nut driver,.. the tv on and watching for any change. If i tapped around the board some areas were more sensitive than others. I then soldered that area. I would tap around again if the set did not react I assume the problem fixed
hi there, try to adjust it in the remote control, else you have to open it for check up., some unit have adjustment inside the unit, you may have a very high voltage output, check the power supply section. do some test. ty
My first aproach will be to see if the tv reacts to tap on the sides if you see a reaccion when you do it most likely you have a loose conection and need to call someone to find it and resoldered it.Dont do it yourself if you dont know how.
Do you hear the noise from the speakers or the back of the set. If its from the speakers you could have a weak signal that is making the streo demodulator react and make funny noises. Try going into the audio menu and switching the stereo to mono or taking it out of expand mode. If its vcomming from the back of the set then sopmething like a high voltage or small coil is "singing" and not alot you can do except have the set repaired by a local repair person. Good Luck