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Re: TP43H60 component input color issue
From our experience letting customer dance around in the service menus usually they end up with a problem way worse or a dead set. It would be best to check the cables first, After looking in the service manual it appears there are no separate brightness or gain controls for componet but if you still need the service manual I can E-mail it. But once again more sets have been destroyed by a customer just tweaking things a bit in the service menu
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You are describing the MASTER SCREEN/ FOCUS CONTROL BLOCK---black with six controls--three are red, green and blue focus--the other three are screen controls--red, green and blue--- the screens are adjusted so with the color off you have normal brightness and a black and white picture--
They have nothing to do with any Convergence problem and unless they have been tampered with rarely need to be adjusted---
Let me know if this helps you AND IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED ADVICE--LET ME KNOW.
Have you tried to adjust in the customer menu or in the TECH menu? I can tell you how to get into the tech menu--if it will not adjust there you have a convergence circuit problem and I can tell you what is needed to repair the set.
More typically, these color uniformity problems occur without respect
to which input or cable is used. The one exception is when a bad
component cable or component cable connection disturbs the color.
If you're only getting the problem when viewing through the set-top box
and HDMI cable, you may try changing the cable, having the box
inspected or replaced or tweaking the many XBR1 custom color settings for that specific input. If you are experiencing a genuine color uniformity issue such as the
green haze problem regardless of input after allowing the set a
reasonable amount of time for warmup, you may not be able to get it
fixed to your satisfaction. Sony's "cure" in most cases has been to
replace the optical block. Last I heard, this major component was on
back order.They're going to want to do a service call on your set first, of course. If they look at your set and tell you it needs a new OB, I wouldn't
waste time being put on a waiting list for the new part. That may never
happen, or at least not in a reasonable timeframe. OB replacements
don't always go smoothly either; it's a major repair requiring good
technician skills. Best bet: go for the XBR2 swap, as a few others have
sounds like maybe a fusible resistor has opend. Did you remove one leg of the resistors out of circuit when you checked them? Also some toshiba models had fuseable links near the ICs some mounted between the fins on the heatsink and others were solderd directly to the circuit traces themselves.
I am not sure what your needing help with , however its posted under convergence . Your set if having difficulty with aligning the colors will need to have both Convergence ICs replaced. This is an easy repair you need two STK392-110 Convergenve ICs. You can get them at the following link just click on the section titled Convergence IC and you will see your ICs listed there. They also include step by step instructions with pictures on how to remove the old and replace the new ICs as well as set you up with a free online chat session for support while your doing the repair. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
If you need any additional info please let me know.