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Re: the tv I have is not a projection it is a tube type
To be honest, I don't know in that case - I don't know a tremendous amount about the TVs. Best bet is to go through the TV section of the site and direct the question to one of the TV experts, and they can probably fix you right up.
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If it is a rear projection TV then I would look to the IC's that control the Red or Hue in the color circuits. Depending on the year, make and model some have some adjustments. If it is a rear projection
unplug it for a night and day and get back there to each one of the picture tubes and feel around and you will a soft thing sort of like the primer on a weed eater. Press and release it several times. This agitates the electrolyte behind the tubes and could possibly cause a color problem. If you have a newer model of the flat type then I don't really know, possibly the main board. I honestly have never ran into screen off color in the newer flat TV's. Sorry I can't be of more help. If it is a pretty new TV I would call the mfg and ask for one of their techs. He is suppose to help even if it is out of warranty.
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Is ur tv a CRT tube type of a analouge tv u are asking?Yes than the tv don't have HDMI inputs hubs for HDMI cables connections.Only some projection tvs,all plasma,LCD and LED tvs have HDMI inputs hubs only and able give ur tv incomming signals HD 1080i for a broadcasting and HD pictures or throught a HD boxes or games devices like Xbox or Playstation 3 devices to get HD output picture for like 1080p.
Ur tv have CRT tubes coolant problems.Must be replaced CRTS coolant chemicals,to clear it up.Tries websites like Tvrepairworld.com,Tvrepairkits.com to buy these coolant kits,it also came with a tutoring DVD also.
I would suggest it is a ballast problem. You can check supply of 5 volts to ballast's small 5 pin connector (trigger voltage) and about 300V-330V to large 2pin connector. If both voltages present at the start and lamp is working with in another TV - it is bad ballast.
Your blue picture tube is brighter than the other tubes. Try to do a convergence on it. If that doesn't do it, it sounds like you blue picutre tube is getting ready to blow. It is the same principle like a light bulbs. You know how they get bright and in a next few days they blow. That stands true to a picture set.
I had the same problem with mine. After A LOT of research, I never found a good solution, except that strange things seem to happen when TVs get too hot. On my Sony, there is a solid panel behind the cloth-covered lower front panel. I removed the solid panel and drilled a series of holes in it to allow more air circulation around the projection tubes. This seems to have corrected the problem, at least for the time being.
The blue tube might be leaking coolant in the high voltage area, that is the cause of the POP. This repair might not be a DIY because of the lethal high voltage surrounding the CRTs tubes.
The slow response from the remote could be because the coolant has affected the main board where the IR signal are going to the remote sensor.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
Sounds like the red CRT has an internal short. Sometimes happens that the picture tubes develop an internal short and cause arcing. I world CAREFULLY disconnect all of the wires to the CRT and see if the arcing goes away. VERY IMPORTANT!!! there is a high voltage wire attached to each pictur tube, usually a red wire that goes to the side of the tube. You can get a shock even if the TV is unplugged, as the tube will hold a charge for years after the power is disconnected. If you don't feel comfortable doing this, DON"T since the shock is powerful enough to stop your heart.
If the power to the tv was on when the power came back on it may have caused a power surge through the tv and could have knocked the allinment of the colour tubes out a bit you could try to reallin them via small screws on the colour tubes but you need the tv on an it can be difficult.