I get a blank screen that changes colors every few seconds: blue, then yellow, then red, etc. I can't bring up the menu to try and select an input source -- I was told $350 for the board itself (+labor)... Any idea where to buy at cheaper price? Thanks BobbyJ
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hi" do you try to adjust color settings.theres a red,blue,green color adjustment under picture setting.
try to set red color to full. of you already do that. probably your display driver board has a causes the problem. display driver board produce image comes from the tuner, then it sent to x and y drive of your LCD screen.
OK, here is the breakdown on whet you are doing wrong.
Video 1 - Composite - Video - Yellow White - Audio In - Right Red - Audio in - Left
Video 2 - Components - HD - RGB = Red, Green, Blue Video - Red - Red Colors Green - Green Colors Blue - Blue Colors White - Audio In - Right
Red - Audio in - Left
Your GameCube will only work on Video 1, unless you buy an HD (Component cable). You will need to buy HD cables for your device connected to Video 1 to work on video 2. I will assume it is a DVD player. This is a high definition cable to produce a better picture. Let me know if you do not completely understand
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Ur tv have no Red colors,might have bad incomming broadcasting signal cable plug to tv,tries tv with another incomming broadcasting signal cable.See,if the signal is good have no Red too,than ur tv Tuner signal board is probally dead.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish tv Tuner signal board for the replacement.
The main Tuner signal board have problem.That the board,where the broadcasting signal cable plug into it.U have some skills,like take things aparts and put it together again?Yes,than.Try website like Ebay.com buy a refurbish Tuner signal board for the replacement.Or pay the shop for part and labors they'll to do it for u.
The quickest thing to check will be the cable. Make sure that the cable is seated properly on both ends. (pull it out and reconnect it on the TV and on the source end as well.) What happens if you wiggle the cable or bend the wire just near the connector end? If the screen flickers or appears better when you do this, you should obviously replace the cable. (HDMI, Component, etc..)
If that does not work then the next thing to check will be the female connectors themselves within the TV/source housing - I've seen many DVD players have poor solder joints so that repeated pulling of a cable or other torque causes an internal connection to go bad. Does this happen with all sources (DVD, CABLE, SAT, etc?) You should first check the cable that connects directly to the TV.