Been trying to disconnect that cable to no avail, very secure, tried force
Any suggestions on disconnecting cable, dont want to snap it. the end is thick plastic about 1 -1 1/4 inch W by about 1/4 inch H. looks like holes extend out on each side of cable on the adapter part but see no screws, all white plastic like rest of adapter. been yanking & oulling to no avail. i am 270 lbs. so are u sure this is ok to disconnect.
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Are you sure its disconnected? It may have a FMT failure. The cable is inside the back of the TV. you need to remove the rear panel to see it. There should be a white ended cable that plugs in that looks like a monitor wire but short.
Some of the newer TV's dont turn on if there is no input signal. Try a DVD player and see if that works. If it does, then the issue is most likely with the cable jack on the TV, which may need to be replaced..
Sometimes these can be very difficult to get out. Try pushing in then turning 1/4 turn and then pull. It should let go without destroying the end of the lead. There should be a metal piece on the end of the lead.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance please comment to this post and I will try to help you further. Thanks for using FixYa asnowman
If your having pixelation,try disconnecting other tvs
from the wall.you may have a noise or DB drop off or surge issues.check all splitters from the tube to the soffit of your home.If you find one upside down out side ,water maybe be getting in.Remove all snap adapaptors,screw on only.Splltters are
cheap,,easy way is spend $3 extra a month to have your cable Co repair or replace any seeping cables or adaptors and/or splitters.
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With the snowy problem; it does sound like aerial has
disconnected. Try putting your finger over the aerial socket
hole behind the TV while TV is on (using your self as an aerial). If snowy disappears then
you have an aerial plug/wire disconnection problem.
The wire comes out by pressing the two tabs in and pulling real hard, You will be happy to know that the replacement IHVT comes with a HV cable since 9 time out of 10 you end up damaging the IHVT cable connection. In any event before checking the IHVT I would suggest looking at CP150, CP120 and CP140 to see if they are puffy, since this is a common problem in this set.
Hi! see this site
Picture Tube Discharge
First of all, If you don't have any technical training, I advise
you to take it to a shop for repair, but the old way to discharge the
tube is to take a long screwdriver, connect an aligator clip from the
steel shaft to ground on the chassis, then making sure you hold the
plastic handle of the screwdriver only, slide the end of the
screwdriver under the suction cup on the tube, you will feel it hit a
metal clip, and if it is still charged, there will be a loud "snap" as
the tube discharges to ground. Again, I must stress this can be very
dangerous, and I don't recommend you do it, but if your going to work
inside the set regarless.... then this procedure should make it safer