Question about Televison & Video
The first thing that needs to be done: Determine whether or not this is a problem with the tv or a problem with the signal definitively.
How to do this: When the picture goes out see if any of the television's display information can be pulled up and seen while there is no image on the screen and while there is still sound.
Connect a DVD player or try to play a DVD on one that is already connected to this television if it (the DVD player) is connected to another input. If you are using another device i.e. a VCR or a gaming system you can see if you get an uninterrupted image on it as well.
If you have determined that it is not the signal then you can assume it is loose inverters or a similar problem. You can get a service manual if you need it so you can have an image of the board assembly and get parts from a parts distributor. You may need to replace the inverter board.
If the problem is a signal problem that would be great. The settings on the device that is connected to the television would have to be changed or the cable(s) connecting the television and the device would have to be changed.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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