A vs-6043 was given to me because they said it did not work. The first time I pluged it up and turned it on I got snow, so I hooked cable to it and I got a black screan w/ sound. I took off the screan and had it on and what I could tell the bulbs were not on. I just don't know where to start.
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The board on the left will have a series of small aluminum heatsinks with black ICs attached to them one of them will be the vertical output IC with about 7 pins on it. try resoldering those ICs and you should get the picture back as the vertical ICs will make the tubes cut off. The vertical IC should be marked on the board but solder all the ICs mounted to heat sinks on that board to be safe.
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You can also access the convergence menu from the front panel, but it can be a pain to do so. If the convergence will not adjust, please respond to this post and I can help you further.
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I have the same problem and the only thing I could do was to change the name of the input on your tv to pc on the menu screen and it should set it to 1080p reduced this will fit the whole picture and set your screen res on your computer to 1920x1080 hope this helps
From the symptoms you describe, it seems the high voltage
flyback autotransformer has failed along with the horizontal amplifier (they
are slaved to each other). The sound comes from the flyback unit.
Well, the only way to solve this is to get a technician take a look at the set,
I'm afraid. Repairs could cost upto $100 or more, depending upon the number of
components that need to be replaced,
Hope that helps!
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These are fairly simple, remove the speaker cover and then remove the screws at the bottom of the screen, then the whole thing lifts up and off, be sure to unplug the front panel controls, this plug can usaly be found just behind the cover behind the speaker grill