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the back of dvd is easy because it only has outputs with color code, the inputs and outputs on the back of the tv are grouped if you look closely on the back. select video 1 as an input on tv, and start with the far left yellow jacks on the back of tv, connect yellow rca cable and check for pic on tv, if not move to next yellow jack on back of tv, until you get a pic, connect the red and white right below the yellow jack that gave you the picture and you should also have sound
Look to the owner manual if you have it as it will likely have the answer you need--if no manual Google the model number with "manual" to try to locate the owner manual---if get or have it read it carefully as it sounds like to me the parental lock is on or something similar to it.
The problem of your tv is only a loosed solder.Remove the back cover of your tv but be sure to unplug it then try to look the solder part of your tv look for some loosed solder then try to resolder it using a soldering iron but be sure not to connect separated pin in the pcb.
Sounds like its either your cable service or the cable being used to connect your cable box to your TV. The cable of course is my first suspect but on your tv how are you connecting to cable it is a coax cable or rca ect. ??
If your able to take the back off and have experience in soldering then you can look on the CRT board on the picture tube for cold solder joints, it should be quite visible. There are 3 transistors that look identical so I would look those over closely. Those are your Red, Green and Blue Video outputs. If you choose not to and want to take it in to a service center try and find one with Free Est. Notice on your screen if you have diagonal lines, if you don't, that's a good sign. Let me know what you decide!
is the picture bowed? do you have the convergence option in the setup menu if you do not consult the fl231 problem in the tips and tricks section. if you picure not bowed then it might need to be aligned
Sounds like the red picture tube could be shorting internally which would cause the "all red" condition. In which case you'd have to replace the red tube. Are there horizontal (slightly slanted) lines through the picture as well when this is happening and a very very bright screen? If so it's most likely the tube.
Did you change the resistor by yourself? I am not sure if your TV has manual adjust on the back of the TV that you can adjust. Some times turning the TV Off and unplug it from the wall helps because it resets the TV. Check your Back ground color and see what is the dominating color. Blue, Green or Red. If this doesn't work please call a professional to look at it.