I have no picture. It has sound on the DVD but no picture. I hooked another TV to the direct TV box and it is fine- picture and sound. So it is definitely the TV. I read that it might be the high voltage board that runs the picture tube. Estimated fix was $200 range.
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Re: toshiba 32AF13 television
It may very well be the High Voltage circuit. However, It can be the vertical or video section as well, but cost wise about the same. If cost of repair exceeds more than half the price of a new set, and considering the age, rather replace. Good luck,JUS004
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Soon as though you have your wiring mixed up. Those leads, colors you describe are for Compnent Video signal....Red Green Blue. Now the Others are for Audio Visual signal , Yellow, Red, White... They are NOT compatable. IE: You cannot mix them. Check in your manual as to what types of lead is needed how to wire it up..
Well, i had a look at the back of that Toshiba TV - make sure that the red, white, and yellow cables are hooked into the Video-1 slot of the Toshiba and that the Toshiba channel is changed to Video 1.
Then check your nameless DVD player and make sure the red, white, and yello cables are all hooked to OUTPUT slots that are in the same column or row - if I had you DVD manufacturer and model #, I could suggest some additional steps to check. Also, make sure your dvd player is in dvd playback mode.
Just Connect signal to tv and run autoprogram. Or use video input jacks from converter to tv ( yellow,white and red video in ) and select tv/video on tv pannel front ( don't need remote control) I hope this work for you.
If the tv does not have sound with out connecting the dvd then you are having a problem in your audio circuit have a tech look at it.if its only when you connect the dvd then you could have connect cables wrong.you cannot route a dvd through a cable box.any dvd s compatible with tv so long as the connections are there. goodluck.