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How do i contact SD Tech to send him a picture of the streaks on my tv

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YOU CAN DO IT RIGHT HERE, PICTURE HAS TO BE UNDER 150 KBHow do i contact SD Tech to send him a picture of - 3f74c74.jpg50 KB; NOTE ABOVE(YOU TUBE ETC---ONE IN MIDDLE WILL ALLOW YOU TO UPLOAD PICTURE HERE.

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I have a LG 42LB5D 42" 1080 LCD television that


hi, usually you can correct this issue with only a few system checks, dark streaks can be caused by damaged pixels on the screen, in which case you need to replace the TV.
  • Inspect where the dark streaks are on the television. If the streaks occur at the same place on the top and bottom of the screen, they are due to the formatting of a movie or television show you are watching. This is normal. Also, if the streaks appear on the left and right of the screen, they are due to the show being filmed in full-screen instead of wide-screen. This also is normal.

  • Change the input setting so you are viewing the contents of a different device. If the dark streaks are gone, you know they are due to the device connected to it. However, if the dark streaks remains no matter what input the TV is connected to, the problem lies with the television.

  • Inspect the cable connection. Oftentimes when connecting a computer to an LCD TV, you can have strange dark streaks across the screen. Use a DVI-to-HDMI cable connection when plugging in your computer, then press the "Menu" button on your TV remote, select "Picture" and chose "Square Pixel." See whether the image adjusts and the dark streak goes away.
  • Contact the manufacturer of your LCD television if the dark streak remains. This streak can be caused by a defect in the television; if the TV is still under warranty, you can have it replaced.
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    I would like to get a copy of the instructions to replace or resolder the convergance IC's on a Mitsubishi WT-46807 from SD Tech please thanks, DT


    DT? I am becoming famous with these instructions--having done the repair hundreds of times and getting asked the same question here by many people I composed the step by step instructions.

    Once you get the instructions all I would ask is you rate them with a vote on this question.

    SD TECH

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    SD Tech I replaced both convergence chips with two news one. Now with TV on table when I turn it on the projection lights do not come on and the TV shuts down in a few seconds. jaybirdwv


    there is still a component problem in the t.v. send it back to the tech. if the convergence chips have failed again, the power supply circuit should be checked.

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    I tried the solution SD Tech offered about ht eblinking green light unhooked the clips in the front of the TV, but the remote will still not work. It did not correct the problem. Who should I contact about...


    Try the 2nd solution SD Tech gave you...
    "If disconnecting the keyboard does not restore the set to operation---the receiver is bad---there are 4 or more caps and some pico fuses that can fail in that unit."
    If you know how to solder I would totally suggest that you repair the set yourself. Don't get in over your head, but you will save yourself a ton of money and gain somewhat of an understanding of how tvs operate.
    The green light blinks while the DM board initializes the tv. If the DM board can't initialize it keeps blinking and this is usually caused by blown/bulging capacitors on the Dm board.

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    TV has dark streak on one side of screen.


    Your TV has a bad light tunnel. This part is inside the light engine. A qualified tech will have to replace it, but the part is available. Once it is replaced the TV will be as goog as new. Please take time to rate this solution and let me know if I can be of further assistance

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    Blue streaks across picture


    Can you describe in a little more detail what the symptoms are? Are the streaks thin lines or are they large thick swashes of Blue? Is yur video still visible? Sounds like it may be the blue convergence amps or the resistor tied into the amps. is there anyway you can post a picture of your screen distortion?

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    I am not expert but before you go to a lot of trouble, read all of the post on the infamous "red cloud", "red blob" and "blue streaking". In evey case, it appeared that the light engine was the problem. We just had our light engine replaced and the TV looks perfect. We dealt only with Hitachis Customer Relations Department 800-654-7013. You will have to have a certified tech come out and diagnos the problem. Hitachi will then call and verify, with the dealer, that the problem is a defective light engine and will send out a brand new one.

    We were told the part cost around $1500 (Hitachi covers that) however, they will ask you to pay for the install. Our install cost $400. Worth is to us as we paid $3600 for this set 3+ years ago and we have loved this TV. When you first call Hitchi, they will act like they've never heard of this problem but they will give you names of certified techs in your area. Once the tech confirms that it's the light engine, Hitachi will own up to the problem and send out the part.

    You really should only deal with Customer Relations ( I listed their 800 number above as you will be chasing your tail so to speak with their regular customer service department. Good Luck!

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    No picture


    gets white horizontal streaks for a split second, then back to no picture. i think sound will be alright. while horizontal streaks are called retace lines & is due to video section failure. please call skilled tech to fix it it is not a major problem & can be rectified. at your place without replacing much parts. your tube is ok. good luck

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