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Re: TV COLOR WENT BROWN IN COLOR
It could not be the playstation that would cause the fault. The set was probably going to fail anyways.
A brown casted picture sounds like there is a loss of the blue colour drive in the set.
Some TV sets have colour temperature adjustments in the user menu. Check to see if your TV has that option, and that the colour temperature is properly set up. You can refer to the TV's instruction booklet for details.
A loss of blue drive can be from failed components in the video path, or in the bias circuits that control the CRT's cathold current.
It is also possible that the CRT is going defective, and is losing emission from the blue colour electron-gun.
You will have to bring the set to a service center that has an experienced TV tech who can make proper diagnostics, and give you an estimate for the cost of repair.
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A lot of PS3's are getting errors lately... but I thought it had something to do with the newer updates. You are not connected to internet so that can't be the problem. Those waves might be caused by your sound/vision/stereo cables that connect your game system and TV. See if one of them is loose. (you know the ones that are white and blue and red or yellow and all that)
sounds like a horrible short im sorry.
Call sony if you were under warrenty.
It sounds like you had a faulty power supply and it really caused a mess.
Why would your tv catch on fire though? Their isnt and source of power that travels through rca's that can cause a fire through your tv.
To all victims of the brownish colored streak marks: I share your frustration!!! I have the same problem with my dryer which started when my dryer was only 3 or 4 years old - - totally unacceptable for an expensive top of the line dryer! A repair guy showed me how the brownish streak marks come from the felt liner which goes around the drum. Look inside your dryer for the beige or tan colored felt which sticks out around the circular drum. If you rub the felt with an old white t-shirt or paper towel, you will see the same brownish colored marks. My repairman recommended getting the felt replaced eventually, but until then, he gave me the following tips which really help avoid getting the streaks: For white or light colored clothes susceptible to the brownish streak marks: I dry these items as part of a very lightweight dryer load - with just a few other lightweight items. By doing a small lightweight load, clothing is less likely to get caught up & rub against the felt edges. For example, I dry 4 light colored men's dress shirts with 2 or 3 other lightweight shirts. OR for white or light colored athletic "dry fit" type athletic apparel, I dry 6 - 8 total lightweight shirts/shorts. If I throw my white Nike top or white pair of summer pants into the dryer with all my "whites", they will be doomed to getting brownish streaks due to the heavy load pushing them against the darned felt liner! Whenever possible, I wash susceptible items on permanent press to avoid wrinkling, then hang dry. Prior to putting these clothes in the dryer, I also "pre-clean" the felt with an old white cotton t-shirt by reaching into the dryer and rubbing along the felt edges until I'm not getting as much brownish color on the t-shirt rag. For a permanent fix, call a repairman or see the following do-it-yourself YouTube video on "Dryer Repair - Replacing the Lower Front Drum Felt Seal": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoYP_YsGP68 . I have a repair person coming today to fix 2 other appliances, so I'm finally getting my dryer fixed, and I will post an update soon.