I have the same question /problem. I recently ordered a cable that has the a computer monitor connection on one end and the "s-video"connection on the other end. This might work. I will post a new reply when I get the cable sometime between 8/4-8/7; if it works I will post a new message
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Hi I have same problem as you but with different brand of tv, now is all good, if you open your back tv see there board connect to your on /off button on tv or find where is on/off button on your tv, try follow where is the wire going to the board,there is 3 cappacitor in mt tv said 470 uf 25 V your tv could be different size. the capacitor doesnt look bulge or bad but i just change it cost me aus $ 2.10.and work straigh away. hopely this help. regards.
Your computer should have a DVI port to make this possible since your TV dont have a VGA port. If your computer have a DVI port then an HDMI/DVI cable is all you need. This allows you to connect you computer or laptop to you tv through the HDMI connection on your tv.
I think you have dry solder joints on the tv. Either on the chroma board, the vertical scan board, the line output board, or on the focus board. If you are going to do this yourself please take all necessary precautions against electric shock and discharge all capacitors that you can as a stray spark from one can cause damage to your tv and yourself. If you are not able to do this find a competant technician. Good luck.
If the set is still in warranty, call for warranty service. If not and you feel comfortable working on the set, carefully open up the back and reseat all of hte cables and connectors. This can be caused by marginal connections inside the set.