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Re: re lg plasma screen
Could be y board, tuning control board, solder problem, internal cabling problem, lose connection, bad power supply etc...
You will have to open the back cover and see all connection or ok, tapping here and there to see if the problem goes' away for bad connection or solder problem.
Try insulating were the problem is, I would think it would more on the y board seen this. Most board or not repairable I have tried and tried and tried and find that I was just wasting my time , most board or about $400.00 .
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I have same Lg Mw60sz12 that had blue lines.. I found out it was the box that we plug all the different cables in for surround sound, dvd etc. The connection was loose and caused the blue lines.. as soon as I got a new box the lines went..
Just mark where the line is, then dismantle it. You'll find a connector & film at the same spot as the line (bottom of screen) . On this film is SMD resistors, resolder them VERY carefully, as these can go dry joint. Clean connectors Assemble
depending on the outlets, you need to adapt it, just buy the right dvd player, or connect it to a computer. i'm sure you could buy a converter for it but most are built into either or both the amplifer or dvd players.
coxial to fibre convertor are availble from jay-car.
you are in luck my friend! i just performed a fix on a gateway plasma that has LG boards inside. It is exactly what you are talking about. Go to the attached link and follow the thread carefully and read it all before starting. IT WILL WORK!
http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/462873-black-line-fault-hyundai-hpt4240-fixed.html enjoy! stephen
mmm...probably using the matching connectors on the back of those units.... Don't forget to say what cables you were using so far and what exact models you are using, if you want a useful answer. Otherwise it's like 'dude, where did I park my car on the internet?'
So, does it always say 'No Signal' or does it come up when you get it connected? If they are off when you are connecting them, that sounds okay; you'd get a signal when you turned the DVD player on (and told the TV to pay attention there.)
You might need to get an upconverting DVD or SVHS machine (since those are not normally HD) to get the TV to tolerate the signal, but the TV menus might let you activate that too. Why not look up the HD Plasma TV manual online according to the model number? If it turns out to be a monitor rather than a TV; of course, that is why it would not display those signals...you would need a separate tuner or signal selector box for that.
What's that bumpersticker abbreviation... ROFLMAORTFMYGDSOB? Good luck checking those out, since you get to decide which box renders the SD signal into HD....