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Television picture fault

When the tv is first switched on the picture is perfect, after it warms up a white strip appears horizontaly across the the centre of the screen. In this strip the colour seems perfect, outside of the stripe the scene has a greyish tone, colours are muted and bright areas such as light, fires, white clouds have a silver tone. In dark scenes this is not too noticable but in bright scenes it can be very obivious. I have spoken to Sony Reps but they don't have a clue and can give no guidance on the problem or possible repair cost. The tv was transported recently, but it was handled carefully. Can you help?

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Sounds like an issue with the tube but you probably wont be able to fix it on your own, i would take it by an tv repair shop, they will determine if its repairable

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The TV is not on the correct input setting or channel. Depending on your TV model and the receiver, you have a cable coming from the receiver to the TV. That cable could be a coax (screws in), RCA (yellow, white, red tips), component (green, blue, red, white, red tips), or HDMI cable. For all cables except the coax, the TV should be on an input setting. With your TV remote, you should have a source, input, or TV/Video button. Press that button and it should bring up a list of input settings. Each time you press that button it will scroll you down the list. Try each setting until you find the picture. I hope this helps.

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You don't state any make or model, but on almost all conventional televisions (using cathode ray tubes) this can only be fixed by replacing the entire tube assembly. As this is the single most expensive item in the whole tv it's cheaper to throw the tv away and replace it. If you're not too choosy there's no need to buy a replacement as millions of perfectly good tv's are being thrown away simply due to people upgrading to LCD/Plasma.

Have a look on your local FreeCycle/Freegle groups; they appear regularly and all you have to do is collect the tv. Sometimes folks will dishonestly and knowingly list a faulty tv by omitting to tell you what faults it has, but that's sometimes the price of a freebie..

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I would replace the cable and connectors to include the wall plate and connectors on both sides of it as well if this is duplicated on another set at the same location. If it is not some TV's will allow you to use both sides of the port. Most however have a side for digital and a side for analog signal and some will not allow the use of both sides.
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you may want to check all of your coax conections and stray ground shield piece littl tiny silver mtal wire will cause that reaction or you may have a ad reciever if so if ou have the directv inurance they will replace it for no cost to you at all.

good luck

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