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L.G. T.V. 26LC55 picture takes 1 hour or more to come on. Goes through all kinds of colours and shapes before picture forms.

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This is a COMMON flaw in this particular LCD.

LG used to be known as GoldStar - they have changed their name to wash themselves of the "cheap" image of the old brand... and have "borrowed" (partnered) with another lowly brand (Philips) - but the quality problems still remain.

The likely problem in your set is the inverter (or a component on it) has failed. (especially if there is sound, and the TV powers on normally)

If this is a new set under warranty - have it repaired under warranty or return it.

If this is NOT under warranty - you are looking at about a $300 repair - depending on your location.

There is no end-user quick fix. Professional repair is recommended.

Thanks for using FixYa

Posted on May 31, 2010

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How to edit picture?


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You don't say which operating system you are using.

Photo Editing requires Photo Editing Software.

To do basic photo editing (cropping, rotating, flipping, adjust brightness, adjust contrast, adjust image size, adjust colo(u)r, adjust exposure, adjust size, adjust red eye) you can use free, built-in software that comes bundled with Windows and Microsoft Office such as: Paint, Microsoft Picture Viewer and Windows Photo Gallery.

In increasing order of editing functions:

Windows Photo Gallery: Fix > Auto Adjust, Adjust Exposure, Adjust Colour, Crop Picture, Fix Red Eye

Microsoft Office Picture Viewer: Picture > Brightness & Contrast, Colour, Crop, Rotate, Flip, Red Eye Removal, Resize, Compress.

Paint: Image > Flip/Rotate, Resize/Skew, Crop, Invert Colours, Adjust Attributes, Clear Image, Opaque.

In Paint you can also use additional tools to manipulate the image or add or delete shapes, text and colour (with a selection of writing or drawing implements): Free Form Select, Select, Fill with Colour, Magnifier, Brush, Text, Curve, Polygon, Rounded Rectangle, Ellipse, Rectangle, Line, Airbrush, Pencil, Pick Colour, Eraser/Colour Eraser.

In Windows Photo Gallery you can view and edit the same image in either of these 3 programs by clicking Open.

For more advanced photo editing, you can use the bundled software that comes with digital cameras such as:

Adobe Photoshop Elements

ACDSee

Picasa

Photo Studio

For more advanced, professional standard photo editing you must buy expensive Photo Ediiting and Graphic Design software such as:

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe LightRoom

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe InDesign

CorelDRAW

Corel Painter


I hope this helps.

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After changing the ink catridges and resetting the drum fuse lately (note: it is known that the fuse will be blown off after certain number of prints but otherwise is in good condition), my Epson Acculaser...


The repeating image is a ghost image, and here is described what it can be. Probably if you solve this, you also solve the red-dot problem. If possible, I would suggest to replace the wiper blade.
Repeating images on laser printerThis likely means a faint ghost of the main printout at a distance equal to the circumference of one of the rollers or photosensitive drum.

Depending on where the problem originates, this could be a bad wiper (cleaning) blade, faulty corona, or incomplete fusing.


  • If the distance between successive images is equal to the circumference of the photosensitive drum, it is a wiper blade, erase lamp, or corona problem.A residual latent image or residual toner is sticking to the drum and not being properly cleared.

  • If the distance between successive images is equal to the circumference of one of the fuser rollers, then the fusing may not be complete due to damaged rollers or an incorrect temperature setting.

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Pink color appearence when swith on tv for 1 minutes & wringles form on the screen


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Pink colour denotes the absence of green colour dispay in your picture tube. I hereby gies an approximate voltages at the three cathodes of your picture tube socket solderings, and you just measure the voltages with reference to this. The voltages are approximate, and can chage up to 2% up or down.
Green Cathode = Pin number 9 [161VDC approx]; Blue Cathode = Pin number 8 [162VDC apprpx]; and Red cathode = Pin number 10 [157VDC approx]

If any of these voltage differes, the clolur related to that cahode will also rise or low, thath is if the cathode voltage goes very low, that clour will be prdominent, and if it goes high, that colour will not be there.
In your TVs case, the green cathode voltage now will be high. t may be due to a soldering loose to either to the picture tube base socket or at the terminals of the related transistor or Ic. It is best to resolder the suspected loose soldering points by applying a little more solder, as we in service field also do. It is very difficult to locate the exact loose soldering point and so I advice you to do so. If needs, replace the colour output transistors, of other devices if used. Just look at the voateg at pin number 9 at the picture tube base card. Resolder all the picture tube base socket pins. If you wants any more calrification, contact me through Fixya. Ok.

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Based on your queries:
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