Question about Sony KV-32FV27 32" TV
I have a small (3"X3"), greenish discolored area in the top right of my screen. It is much more pronounced when the background is lightened or white. It dose not appear to be interference from surrounding devices and is consistent regardless of input source. Repair
It appears that the greenish discolored area could be cause by the Yoke or it could also be some magnetization on the screen as well.
If it's the yoke that moved slightly out of position, it can be adjusted, but i would suggest to let a repair tech do it due a high voltage around the area.
Try unplugging the TV for some time and plug it back in and hopefully the demagnetizer circuitry might be able to clear the greenish spot.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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model # VS-60607 Mfg Yr February 2000 Big Screen TV:
1. tearing/fluttering/ripping across entire screen caused by damages associated with diode 522, and;
2. the problem is really an OEM Mitsubishi causation as the
leads of said diode get too hot <too much current flowing through
it> and this component lifts itself off of the main circuit board, &;
3. supplemental hidden damages arise from this, and;
4. you should not attempt to fix this set but rather contact the
national & state Consumer Protection staff & file a complaint, &;
5. pleadings should say:
a. this set almost burned down our/my home & us to death;
b. we paid too much money for this to happen, and;
c. we demand full replacement of the set & money for our
inconvenience for all of the above, and;
d. said replacement need not be a Mitsubishi but like unit;
6. check with Martindale-Hubble to find a good law firm/lawyer.
7. have fun, eh!
Oct 07, 2007 | Mitsubishi VS-60607 TV
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