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Re: vertical hold problem
There is a fault in either the input video amp, sync amp, sync separator, or the vertical scan generator areas. Most of the time this type of failure is caused by capacitors in these areas going off spec from age and use.
An experienced TV tech who is familiar with your set should be able to service this for you.
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The only way might solved this problem,to replaced the Tuner Signal board.If the board is replaced have same problem,then ur tv have some kind of dead pixels burns in.Tries Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com for the board part.
To answer your question;
You need to change the input(not channel) on your tv to video input.
There should be a button on your remote and/or tv called input.
Otherwise you should find it in the menu under"input source"
You have a problem in the vertical output circuit. Check for bad capacitors around the vertical output IC. The value of these caps are marked on the side of them. Thanks for using fixya. Please take a moment and rate this responce.
Check for about 100 to 500 volts on G2 pin (screen voltage) when screen control is adjusted,if less than 200 volts,remove the g2 capacitor(from G2 to ground) on crt board,if screen regains brightness,then replace capacitor,if ok ,troubleshoot the ABL circuit,look for an open or changed valued resistor,also check your heater voltage.Good luck.Cheers.
I would just hook up the dvd/vhs player with the red,white,yellow rca cables that should of come with your unit and just go to the input on the tv to watch your dvd/vhs player. This will give you a better picture and sound while allowing you not to have to watch dvd/vhs on a channel which helps make the dvd/vhs player independent. Also if possible I would hook the converter box up with the red,white, yellow rca cables to the tv as well if your tv has more than one set of red,white,yellow plugs since it is a better connection that coax and you probably watch more tv than vhs/dvd anyway. So bottom line try to hook up both boxes red,white,yellow and watch each box on different inputs instead of like channel 3 or 4. Also to record of converter box you can run coax from converter box to dvd/vhs combo and make sure your dvd/vhs player is on tuner input or channel 3.
Go to PS3 / Display settings. Set superbright OFF, even if you don't have HDMI. Set Cross Color Reduction to OFF. Set Display to only one resolution, not all of them as you probably have it now. Set it ot the highest possible resolution and uncheck all other boxes. The 480i is always on by default. The issue, which was very annoying, was fixed for me. I have a mitsubishi 65 inch RP that is pretty bright on daytime/sunlight scenes, so I never thought it was the PS3, but only whet the PS3 was used did this occur. I scanned this site via google to find that nobody else appeared to have resolved this. So after some changes and testing this solution worked for me. Enjoy! - Dave Walz
P.S. I think the only real fix was to set just one display resolution, but I am now watching a movie and am not going to stop it to find out. :) That's for whomever follows this posting to find out for themselves. Either way, this is working great.
Hi, Yes this is what you call a burn in , sence the part of the screen was blank out for so long the rest of the screen used slowly burt in, depending how bright your setting was place at, this is also the same affect when people keep there tv on the same chanel were there is only wrigting and no movement or video game or famous for that. It wouldn't be the bulb , they only project light,