Cant Remove target frame [ ] when connected on TV.
does anyone know how to remove the target frame [ ] when the camera is connected to the tv so i will be able to use my SP-500uz as a video camera and record output video to a VCD or A DVDR?
i trying to get rid of [ ] symbol but i cant.
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even if you changed the back light inverter the fault remain as same, it seems to be the back light LED is damaged carefully remove the outer frame of the panel then dis connect the LCD then remove the frame of the defuser screen , take out plug your TV, check the LEDs
This is more likely a loose connection. You would need to remove the TV stand, back panel. Remove the front cover and panel. Where the TV stand sits on the front of the TV there is a cover you need to remove. It's easy there is a metal frame all around the front panel, at the base is the what you need to get to. There are 2 white computer cables, one controls the left side, the other the right side of the LED's. When this cable comes loose, you have the problem you described. to remove the cable lift up on the small black bar just above where the cable connects.
your concern points to some adjustments of resolution from your set top box, as we all know all TV'S has fixed resolution doesnt matter what brand and the only way you can change that is through your source which in this set up is your Beyonwiz, please consult their manual and see if you can change the resolution in their video set up page.
the headrest from the car seat and remove its upholstery. Trace the
outline of the TV's mounting frame onto the foam cushioning with a
a hole into the foam using a razor knife for the frame to fit into.
Using the frame as a guide, whittle into the hole until it is deep
enough for the frame to fit into. Glue the frame into the hole with
contact cement and poke another hole into the foam with a screwdriver
where the frame's cable hole is.
Place the headrest's upholstery cover back on and cut the fabric away where it is over the frame.
the TV into the frame once the contact cement is dry and hard and run
its cable through the other hole. Connect the TV to its tuner console
with audio/video cables and store the tuner under the seat.
the TV's power adapter cable and route it so it can plug into a
cigarette lighter adapter. If it doesn't use one of these, it will have
a three-way cable where one connects to the car starter, another to a
constant 12-volt source and the last one to a good ground. Disconnect
the negative battery cable before connecting any wires
Make sure there is a metal sheet installed in the ceiling below the headboard. This is needed to mount the overhead player onto.
away the upholstery on the ceiling. This might require a solvent that
will remove the upholstery's adhesive. Insert a plywood or metal sheet
between the headboard and upholstery and glue it to the upholstery.
the TV set to the ceiling, making sure the screws for the TV's mount
are securely screwed into the sheet within the ceiling.
the wires to the engine compartment if the TV doesn't use an adapter
plug for the cigarette lighter. With the negative battery cable
unplugged, connect the TV's red wire to the starter's electrical
connector, the yellow to the battery or other 12-volt source and the
black to a metal ground like on the chassis.
Unplug both battery cables from the car's battery, starting with the negative terminal.
the stereo from the car. Pry away and remove any trim panels on the
dash, then unscrew the mounting screws on the stereo and disconnect the
electrical connectors. Some stereo units have an anti-theft mounting
system requiring special tools that fit into holes on the stereo front
to release its mounting clips.
Place the TV within an installation kit designed for your model car.
Connect the antenna's cable to the TV and mount the antenna on the
outside of the car; the trunk or the roof near the door frame are two
possible locations. Route the cable along the weatherstripping or
secure it to the side with cable ties.
the TV to its tuner box with RCA video (composite) cables and store the
tuner somewhere secure, like the glove box. Wire the TV to the radio
antenna and stereo connectors with a wiring harness designed for your
car, which can be purchased at a car audio supply store.
the TV into the stereo's old spot within the dash, fasten all the
mounting screws and replace the trim panels. Reconnect the battery
cables once the set is mounted, starting with the positive terminal.
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To remove the protection screen and lens from my Hitachi model 53SDX89BA:
1) Remove the speaker cover from the bottom. It is attached by velcro.
2) Remove the 4 screws on 4 plastic tabs on the bottom of the screen frame.
3) Remove the 4 screws on the 4 metal tabs on the bottom beneath the screen frame.
4) Pry the bottom corners loose with a wide blade screw driver and work both sides of the screen frame away from the case from the bottom up. CAUTION: The top does not snap away as the sides do. When the sides are loose let the screen frame hang down vertical and lift the screen frame straight up.
5) The protection screen and the lens will come off together.
When reinstalling the screen frame perform the steps in reverse. Be careful when resnapping the frame back onto the case - there are two small wooden support blocks on the bottom. Don't try to force the frame back on until you are sure the bottom of the frame clears these block. You may find it easier just to remove them temporarily until the frame is reattached.
Here are the instructions for auto code search from the Omnitech manual: Automatic Search There is another way to set up your controller, that does not use the brand code lists. You can let your controller search through all of its available codes automatically in order to set the connection to the target device. To do this, follow these steps: 1.Turn on the target device. 2.Point the controller at the target device and press and hold the Code Search button for around 3 seconds, until the LED light stays red. 3.Next select the type of device the target unit is by using the Cable/TV/VCR/DVD/Sat Buttons (i.e. if it is a TV that you are trying to control, press the TV button). The LED light should then blink once, then stay red. 4.Press the On/Off button on the controller slowly and repeatedly until the device you are trying to connect with turns off. (Note: the LED light will blink each time you press the On/Off button). When this happens, press the ENTER button in order to store the code and the LED light will turn off.
I just purchased this unit and briefly looked at removing the stand though I haven't taken it off yet. Anyways, I think you need to remove the black metal mounting frame from the TV before trying to unscrew the stand (4 screws) from the metal frame. After the frame is off the TV, I think you can then get at a couple of hidden screws to remove the stand from frame. I don't know if the frame goes back on the TV or not.