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Wavy picture Picture is very wavy when I turn the t.v. on for the first 20 minutes or so, then clears up. Not sure if it is a problem with my Directv or my television set.

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It is capacitors in your TV set. If you fix it before the set goes out, you will save about a grand. Contact me @ techman32k@yahoo.com

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Could you please tell me how to reset my tv? I have a blue screen


What should I do if my TV screen turned black, blue, or gray? print.png Print try this.

Proceed with the troubleshooting steps below only if you're seeing:
  • Black, blue, or gray screen
  • "No Signal" message without the DIRECTV logo
Note: If your TV screen appears "frozen" or you're seeing wavy lines or overlapping images, try this.
Solution 1: Check that your TV is set on the right input
[img border="0" alt="Image" src="https://cdns.directv.com/cms2/global/icons/sm_cl_blu__number1_icon.png">Turn your TV and receiver off and back on.
[img border="0" alt="Image" src="https://cdns.directv.com/cms2/global/icons/sm_cl_blu__number2_icon.png">Using your DIRECTV remote control, press the TV Input button to cycle through TV inputs (Component, HDMI, etc) until you see a picture. If nothing happens when you press the button, try programming your DIRECTV remote to control your TV Input and try again.

Note: You can also try changing the TV Input using your TV remote.
[img border="0" alt="Image" src="http://www.directv.com/cms2/global/icons/sm_cl_blu__number3_icon.png">If you're still having issues, check the cable used to connect your receiver to your TV.
Still not seeing a clear picture?
Continue to Solution 2.

[img border="0" alt="Image" src="https://cdns.directv.com/cms2/support/answer_center/tech_faq_images/img_screen_off_4.jpg">
Solution 2: Reset Your Receiver
[img border="0" alt="Image" src="https://cdns.directv.com/cms2/global/icons/sm_cl_blu__number1_icon.png">On some DIRECTV receivers there is a red reset button located inside the access card door on the front panel. Press it, then wait for your receiver to reboot.

Note: If you cannot locate the red reset button or your receiver does not have one, unplug the receiver's power cord from the electrical outlet, wait 15 seconds, and plug it back in. Then press the Power button on the front panel of your receiver and wait for your receiver to reboot.
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When you turn on the the TV the picture is good with in a minute or so the Picture turns wavy and has a double image. I can turn it off, then turn it right back on the picture is good for any where a...


Hello,

The problem with the television is the lamp. It is faulty that is why the screen turns wavy in minutes.

The solution to that is to replace the light and your television will be in good condition once again.

Take care

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46'' Toshiba HDTV


It needs the Scan Converter Module repaired or replaced. It usually has dry capacitors that need replacing

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Wavy picture


It looks like you have a convergence problem here, probably a defective convergence IC.

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Wavy picture


You have problems with your power supply filters. I'd suggest you to change the mainfilter, that is the capacitor just after the ac rectifier and the b+ filter, that is the capacitor at the output of the smps, and then vertical filter and video filter. These are all capacitors with higher microfarad ratings, if you are not much comfortable, it's better to get some help from someone who is familiar with these. Pay attention not to reverse the polarity when changing the capacitors.

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make sure you replace all the 10uf caps and that the connections are good....

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Probable PIP sister board.Moderate skill & some tools needed.Advise==get a senior tech near you.

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@unclejed ahem, what convergence module please?? the set has only one module and that is the DCU. so you have one in the shop,yes? are you sure you know what you are doing? by your description you don't and just get the real technicians out of work. do you think that is fair to rob us of work we need to make a living??

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Wavy Screen on Startup


I gather from your post that wavy can mean two possible things as the TV comes on, you see the picture flow like ocean waves? In this case you may have 60Hz hum modulating with the picture, this is actually unlikely these days, but I have heard it happens sometimes. The other thing it could be is light horizontal tearing. This happens when the horizontal frequency is too high or too low. You are not going to like my solution because I feel that for problems like this the set must be analyzed not just subjected to "shotgun troubleshooting", so here I go, Take the TV to a repair shop.

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Wavy picture


this is caused by a bad convergence module, and there are probably some dried out electrolytic caps in the circuit as well. i have one in the shop right now that came in with the same problem. if you have it serviced, make sure they replace all of the convergence modules (there are usually 2, but sometimes 3 of them), because if one went bad the other(s) is likely to go out soon as well.

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