HAVE NO COLOR ON THE HI-DEF. CHANNELS,ALL OTHER STATIONS ARE FINE.
THE PICTURE IS CLEAR,BUT GREEN IS THE ONLY COLOR.WHAT IS THE PROBLEM,AND CAN I FIX IT.I HAVE A PROJECTION TV MODEL NUMBER 55PW938317.THE SPEAKERS ON THE TV DOES NOT WORK EITHER MUST USE EXTERNAL SPEAKERS,CAN THIS BE REPAIRED.IF YOU KNOW THE PARTS NEEDED,PLEASE LIST. THANK YOU,BOXMAN
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The green CRT Tube is available at the following link. They sell good used parts for reasonable prices with freeshipping. Also if you mention you need speakers as well they have been known o include small additional parts at no charge just send them an email.Here is the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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green sounds like a TV problem if persists with other games could be TV but im kinda thinking it is ingame settings occasionally updates can reset picture settings in the game i think for black ops it had some kind of adjust brightness until you can't see this object in background and sometimes it helps to go back and check that only other explanation would be you went to different resolution ex: 480, 720(hi def), 1080(highest high def)
The cables you received are called "component" when the picture is broken down to its component colors, red, green, and blue.
When compared to "composite" cables (RCA), the yellow is all the components in one, which is the video cable. The other red and white are audio.
Your component should be RGB, Red & White (audios)
What you need to do is buy a composite cable for the Wii, which shouldn't cost that much--usually under $10 bucks. Save the component cables for when you get a new TV since those are the more expensive of the two!
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Common problem on this set .
Picture tube liquid is dirty.
Mostly in crt green and crt blue.
Do you have electronics skills?. If so, open the TV ( back cover), you will see green,blue and red gun. After turn on your tv, select any channel or video signal, cover with piece a paper two guns at the top ( any), and see how look the picture in the front, try one at time, ( press menu on remote control and see leters-clear). I am sure the green and blue will be no clear. all the time red tube is fine.
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Well a couple of questions if I may. 1) How do you have the TV connected to the Cable box? A) Composite cable 'usually a yellow colored RCA to another Yellow RCA connector' and then plugged into your TV's Video input. This will only give you 3x4 video aspect as its only limited to 480 lines of resolution. This would explain why you only get a 3x4 aspect. B) Component cables, Usually three cables 'RCA connector's 'Red, Green and Blue' colored ends. This will give you output resolutions of 720i up to 1080P which is your High Definition outputs and will fill your screen from top to bottom and side to side if your cable box can actually receive High Def. It should since all local Television stations had to go to Digital HD last June 09. Happy Thanks Giving,
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Some CATV hi-def receivers are known to have issues keeping up with the datastream. Symptoms from the picture going solid black to other unpredictable video have been seen. Ask your CATV provider if they can switch your brand to another manufacturer. If your cable box has component video jacks in addition to HDMI, try that too. Some boxes will output RGB perfectly but bomb out with HDMI.
Keep in mind that this is Hi Def. set and if you are receiving an analog signal the picture is not quality. It will appear snowy or busy and not clear. Do you have a hi def cable or satellite source? If so make sure you are using the hdmi inputs or at worse the component input. Tune to a hi def channel and the picture should be great. If not you may have a problem and then I would exhange the unit from where it was purchased.
go into menu turn color off see if you have a black and white picture if not adjust red,green, and blue screen drive on controls in back of tv you have red, green, blue it will have focus /screen controls cover each tube do one at a time blue focus and screen drive adjust to clear blue picture do all 3 tubes, then adjust them to where you have a black&white picture once this is done turn color controll back on.Thank You for using FixYa and Have a Nice Day.