What is the best technic to adjust the colors on my TV
I get a new LCD TV Samsung LN46A530 I've been able to installed and very well except for the colors. I tried to adjust the colors but either the colors are to hot (reddish) or to cold (blueish), and the greens look faded, except those showing up in the faces...
Any way, this tv have so many settings that I'm not sure where to start.
What I need to do to adjust the colors efficiently?
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is it completely dark or just very dim or dark on one side? if it's just dark on one side, you have a failing LCD panel, very common for older Samsung panels. If it is completely black on one side split down the middle, you could be dealing with a bad panel, bad t-con board, or a faulty LCD panel ribbon connection.
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A lot of the Samsung's have a common issue, there is a jumper in the power supply that needs to be removed, Contact Samsung with the model number and they can tell you if your set is one, they were fixing this issue for free.
The tv power supply board is not the problems,that can add a transformer to solved it easily.The problems are US and Europe uses a difference tv signal frequencies.The US,Canada and Mexico are using a NTSC signal frequencies.Europe,Asia,Middle East and Africa are using PAL signal frequencies.U must have a tv that call REGIONS free tv to work in Europe and US same time.If u just have a standard LCD or a Plasma HD tv buy it in the US for example will not work in Europe
Just put base stand into a hole of the main LCD tv unit at bottom base hole and make sure all the screws holes lines up.Put in those holes with 4 or more philips screws on those holes and now just used a philip screw driver turn it clockwises to tighten those philip screws for it to hold on to the base stand.
The tv have 2 long boards call the LCD inverter boards.These 2 long LCD inverter boards are dead.These 2 long LCD inverter boards help the LCD screen panel to have a backlight to produced a picture.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy these refurbihes 2 long LCD inverter boards for the replacement.
I have the exact think happening on my Samsung LN46A530 and it has just been 2 years since I bought it. There better be a cheap fix for this because a $2,000 product has to last a lot longer than 2 years.