Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On some TV's the screen will go blue if there is not a strong, solid video signal present. This is to prevent the showing of very snowy or all snow channels, or garbled, mixed-up external video signals. This is normal. On some VCR's the video signal changes when the FF or REW search feature is used, and this could trigger the TV to go to blue screen. The only way around this if you can enter the TV's menu and turn off the blue screen feature.
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
open ground=ground wire (green) is not connected to the circuit box ground or to the earth ground.
(there should have steel rod place in the ground by the local electric company, and gtound wire is connected to that rod).
Open Neutral= same as open ground. unless you are testing 240V, which have 2 hot (110v) and a neutral (0V).
Open Hot= open 110v line (black)
hot/ground reversed= if you understand the above, then this sould be self explaintory.
same a hot/neu. reverse.
if you don't understand how electric wiring works, My suggestion is to stay out.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
You shouldn't be in the y socket, you should be in the composite socket. Give me the model number and I can identify the proper jack for you.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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