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Color i own a 60inch model #60pp935217 since 2002 and the color on my screen looks like as if i have the brightness set real high but i dont what could be the problem

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    washed out color

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It coming on and after a couple of seconds cut off


Without a brand AND model number or a better description of the problem, any suggestions would be nothing more than a guess.

Unless you are prepared to repair the TV yourself, professionally performed repair, even simplest ones, will probably exceed the cost of a new LCD replacement set.

Due to X-ray and other safety concerns (equipment and/or people), CRT TVs constantly check the voltages and signals required to make a CRT work. A few seconds grace is allowed during start up but after that, any excessive high voltage (real or imagined) or loss of beam deflection circuits will cause the TV to turn off.

Please do the following:
1. Move the TV to a quiet and preferable totally dark room.
Wait until night if necessary.

2. Stand within an inch or closer to the TV screen.

3. Turn on the TV and look and listen for the following:

a. Whoosh sound and/or head hair attracted toward TV screen
Yes. High voltage activated and charged CRT screen.
No. High voltage failed to activate.

b. Hissing or normal sounds from the speaker(s) while set is on.
Low voltage circuits probably okay. Defective low voltage regulator can cause high voltage to exceed limits.

c. Entire screen briefly lit up or single bright spot at center of TV screen

High voltage worked for a moment then the TV shut off due to over voltage or current problems.

d. Brief bright line from top to bottom or single bright dot on TV screen

horizontal deflection circuits bad
vertical deflection circuits ok
TV shut off due to bad deflection/sweep circuit

e. Brief bright line from left to right on TV screen

horizontal deflection circuits bad
vertical deflection circuits ok
TV shut off due to bad deflection/sweep circuit

It would be helpful for you to perform the above "up close and personal turn the TV on test" and report what happened.

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Color good but picture very dark must get close to see


I would suggest if model number is correct that with set unplugged you remove rear cover and look at the three large black lens; if the set has not been serviced they should be cleaned with either a lens cloth or a paper towel with glass cleaner sprayed on it.

With the cover removed also peek at the mirror at the rear of the set (look from back and up to rear) to see if it is grimy or real dirty; The only real way to get at it is remove entire front frame with screens and remove; not a simple task on this model if you have not done it before.

Usually the lens (they are for the red, green, blue picture tubes the set uses) if real dusty will cut down the brightness and make the picture look dull and even dim (they are the light source for your picture).

Before you rate this information let me know what you find or if you have any questions as I am here to help.


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I have a tube tv. the picture as lines and is blur that goes in and out.


If the lines are colored DIAGONAL lines, they are referred to as "retrace lines," which indicates either that the picture tube bias is set too high, or the brightness level is set too high.. If the blur occurs when the image is particularly bright or a particular color is bright, it is referred to as "blooming." This is caused by either a weak high voltage circuit or because the picture tube bias is set too high.

Is the picture set very bright? Try reducing the brightness control to a level where the retrace lines disappear, and reducing the contrast control below the level where the blooming occurs.

If the television is more than ten years old or has many hours of use, the picture tube may simply be deteriorating normally. By nature, they have a limited life span. Before you decide to throw the set out, if you are technically-inclined, try adjusting the bias and screen drive controls for the television as recommended by the set manufacturer (you didn't specify what make or model the set is), and you may get a few months or years of additional life out of the set.

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I recently purchased a lg 42ld400 a few wks ago and can't seem to get the picture clear when I saw it n the store it was clear and bright with excellent color while few of my channels are good most look a...


Go into the tv menu.Tries all setting resetting to factory setting,best result.No high backlight setting will not shorteen LCD screen panel life.It design for life span of 6 to 8 hours of tv viewing in 7-8 years at least.The store probally have high end HD satalite signal.U just have basic cable signal only,am i wright?

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Screen Brightness is set too high. Washed out.What Buttons do I push on an HP Pavillion lap top Model N3295 ?


Go into display settings and click on advanced settings, then click on the color tab. There is a slider in there that controls the screen brightness. This is for windows xp but vista should be similar.

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The pic is real brightand blue waypoint missed up


These sets have several common problems listed below.

Problem #1) Convergence

Symptoms:

  • Screen Looks Distorted/3D
  • Colors wont align
  • Screen may look distorted
  • No Audio/Video - makes a chirping sound.
Problem #2 CRT Fluid has clouded over. Symtoms
  • Dull looking screen
  • White looking sceen
  • Halos around objects
  • Red/Orange looking

You can see some examples and find a fix here...

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Need help with TV calibration for philips


Try these, Contrast: 53 Brightness: 56 Color: 45 Tint: 2 Sharpness: 2 
Color temperature: Off
Dynamic contrast: Off
Digital Natural Motion: Off
DNR: Off
Color enhancement: Off
Active control: Off

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Phillips Magnavox 60 inch Projection Tv


That model is famous for having bacterial contamination in the CRT coolant causeing halos, and dim pictures with bad overall color issues. You can look into the lens of the CRTs when the set is laying and if the coolant looks cloudy or has any growth there you will notice it right away, and changing the coolant will restore color, clarity and brightness.

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Brightness of picture


If you feel good about opening your set then you can try this: Look for the flyback (high voltage) transformer, with the thick red wire which goes to the top of the picture tube. There are 2 controls on the flyback transformer, focus (top) and screen (bottom)Turn the brightness and contrast all the way down and then increase the screen control until you see retrace lines, and then back it down until those lines just vanish. Return the brightness and contrast to normal and adjust the focus control, if necessary, for a nice sharp picture. Let me know if that brings your brightness back.

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RCA F32649


i dont know this exact model, but i can advice you based on a slightly diffrent model. i hope the solution will be valid for your model as well: TV is digital controlled and have to be adjusted via service menu except the external focus and screen on back of (flyback) high voltage transformer. This is one you can try: Need plastic allen or plastic small flat blade screwdriver to fit these. Focus is top, bottom is the screen that set the overall brightness. Before adjusting, go in menu: press menu once, select picture quality, I think number 4, press 2 for "preset..", press 2 again to select normal. Back out by pressing zero repeatedly. It may ask you to save new settings, select yes. If screen is adjusted too bright, picture look lousy (washed out) the blacks will light up (becomes grey, or visible lines) this means you have actual fault that prevents you to get decent pix, that when it is time to take it in for repair.

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