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Cutoff reply Same here benimur. It is one thing to be cutoff by your significant other but by a customer of fixya. Thats a whole new ballgame..Teehee. It has happened to me 3x's from the fixya site and to many times to count the other way. But such is life. Anyhow, i am going to post a complaint to fixya, and see what happens. Let me know if you get any resolution to this problem...Cool, and keep the rubber side down. Later Jay

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Copy that HDTV GURU, will keep on experimenting on length of time/auto-cutoff (if it really exist) that is of course if I can get anymore Live Session. Other experts are really "too quick to the draw", though a few are loaded with "blanks". Cheers buddy.

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I'm having the same problem with my tv (wega sony kdf e60a20) just like a few other people here, with the sensor cutoff fuse, how do you replace this item?


If you mean the thermal fuse, the set should have a red blink code of 5 blinks. The thermal fuse is way inside on the frame of the lamp housing but can be tested with rear cover removed.

If you have one bad the red blinking light will have to display some code.

Dec 22, 2012 | Projection Televisions

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I have a sony big screen blinking 5 times black screen...tv will only stay on 10 seconds and cutoff


I will need the model number from the rear cover to assist with the 5 blink error code.

Jul 29, 2011 | Sony Projection Televisions

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Ticker along bottom of screen for news channels and sports channels is being cutoff along the bottom. That is, the ticker moves right to left and I can read it but the bottom 10-15% of the letters is...


Hi,

I might need a little more detail to solve this problem - I suspect the problem is an incorrect setting on your cable/satellite receiver (assuming you are using one), but let's start with the TV.

Firstly, switch the TV on and select a channel where you can see the ticker. Then press the "FORMAT" button (above the red REC/CONNECT button) on your Mitsubishi remote control. This will change the screen aspect ratio and the current setting will be displayed on screen. Each time you press the FORMAT button the screen size should change.

The screen aspect ratio settings for your TV are STANDARD, EXPAND, ZOOM, STRETCHED and NARROW. Press the FORMAT button repeatedly until "STANDARD" is displayed on the screen. If the ticker is still cut off, you need to change the aspect ratio setting on your cable/satellite receiver.

Please note: If the TV will only allow you to select STANDARD, this is not a fault. It simply means that the aspect ratio cannot be changed on the TV because it's displaying a picture from an external source, i.e. a cable/satellite receiver.

You should then look for a button on the front of your cable/satellite receiver or the cable/satellite remote control marked "FORMAT" or "ZOOM". When you have located this button, try pressing it repeatedly until the ticker is both fully on the TV screen and the picture covers the entire screen.

If you don't have a FORMAT or ZOOM button for your cable/satellite receiver or you are unable to set the picture size correctly, leave the TV set to STANDARD and then reply to me with the brand and model number of your cable/satellite receiver. I will then be able to assist you with finding the correct picture settings and give instructions on how to set these correctly.

I hope this helps - please post back here if you need further assistance.

Regards,
BElectric

Jan 15, 2011 | Mitsubishi WS-73909 73" Rear Projection...

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My sony 3LCD TV m/n KDF-E60A20 keeps turning off for about 30 seconds then on for about 1 or 2 minutes. we rerplaced the ballast. what could be wrong ?


It sounds like a defective themal cutoff sensor which is mounted near where the lamp housing slides in. They are well known to fail giving false thermal problems.. Other than that make sure fans are clean and vents are unabstructed. Or could possibly be a lamp. But I suspect the thermal cutoff sensor
Heres its part number 1-910-023-93 should be available at Vance Baldwin or other electronic distributors for about 6.00

Oct 19, 2010 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-50WE655 50" Rear...

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Black is turning green on screen


The green cutoff level has drifted and the green gun is not turning off completely. You MAY have a user adjustment available.

Oct 23, 2009 | Philips Projection Televisions

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CHANGED THE LAMP AND CODE ORANGE IS ON


Perhaps....If the lamp still will not fire, most likely is a bad ballast. If you are electronically inclined,. first make sure the thermal cutoff on the lamphouse has not opened first and then check to make sure the 300 volt supply to the ballast is ok. If the fans are not running, and this is a combined ballast/power supply, most likely it is bad.

Oct 10, 2009 | Panasonic PT-61DLX76 Television

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Too much yellow does not adjust with normal drop screen adjustments. can i adjust the light beams.on my philips 50"


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Until the point where you can see the retrace line disappears, just before cutoff.
2. Turn the red screen control on the Focus Block until retrace lines appear and gradually turn it back
Until the point where you can see the retrace line disappears, just before cutoff.
3. Turn the blue screen control on the Focus Block until retrace lines appear and gradually turn it back
until the point where you can see the retrace line disappears, just before cutoff.
4. If the screen still appears too bright after proper G-2 adjustment, you need to adjust the sub-bright adjustment in the service menu
control down until screen cut-off. (Service data Range is usually 21 to 25 in the Service menu, for Sony sets you first go to category "MCP2", & then adjustment item 01( "SBRT")= subright.
For electrical the focus, put on the screen a clear picture of your choice thru an input of the TV set from a DVD, then pause the playback of the DVD Look into each color and rock that color focus control back and forth (turn the control one way then the other way slowing down as the picture goes into the best focus. till the picture looks sharp do each color till they all look in focus. NOTE: it is best to look into each color tube to achieve the best electrical focus. For optical focus please follow the manual lens adjustment in the sets service manual
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Aug 27, 2009 | Philips 50P8341 50" Rear Projection...

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Hitachi 51GWX20B Rear projection HD tv, convergenance/color issue


I bet you have a open resistor for the blue sub yoke. Typically it would be a 2.2 omh or a 1.5 ohm. Some times it is hard to tell buy looking at them. It you have a Ohm Meter, unplug the set, pull the sub yoke plugs from there connectors.(They are the plugs right behind the heat-sinks) . If you know the resister color code it will be a must to determin if any are open or increased in value. If you see a resister that has two red bands and two gold bands, it it a 2.2 ohm. A resister with a brown band, green band, and two gold bands is a 1.5 ohm. On some occasions, you will see a brown band, a white band and two gold bands, this is a 1.8 ohm. This circuit does not give much leeway for subing with wrong values and it even could cause premature failure if the IC's again. One last thing, double check that all the pins made it through the board when mounting and are not touching each other top side of board. As far as the one side of the picture pulling in , I think it is all related. I have seen defective STK392-150's new out of the bag.
Well thats all I can tell you at this point.
Good Luck,
Skyassoc

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TV shutting off.


hi
its definitely an fuse cutoff problem ...fix it and ur problem will be solved

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The covernage is way off do to posoble dirty inside tv


you no doubt need new convergence Ics as thats the only thing that can knock the convergence out and not be able to adjust it back. Please reply to this same post with your model number and I will try to assist you

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