Question about Philips 32PT5441/37 32" TV
Check first if you try to change source this would go away like switching to playing DVD or playstation perhaps and by using other connections like RCA cable. The connections or external devices could be the source of the problem.
If it is still the same then it is an issue on the board. If soft tapping on the board with a non metal object would resolve the problem then some parts are loose or there is a break in the board. Otherwise it may have been a bad capacitor or a bad chip. Physical evidence of a bad capacitor is signs of swelling, leaks or even burning. Capacitors are cylindrical with two prongs soldered to the board. It is commonly black in color but may appear in all sorts of color.
The problem is at the color oscillation or chroma section of the board. If no bad capacitors are found fixing this would require special tools and would require advance skills.
Posted on May 21, 2011
You haven't specified if there is picture and sound with your TV. Please send me more clarifications. OK.
Posted on May 21, 2011
I have a question just for clarification only.
1. Do the symptoms does not appear before or its a new set?
2. Do the symptoms also appear in other inputs (video mode)?
Let me know to assist you further...
Posted on May 21, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You can adjust the
brightness and contrast of your monitor to improve the readability of text and
to make digital pictures appear more like they'll look when printed.
To improve the results
when adjusting the brightness and contrast settings for your display, use
Display Color Calibration. (Display Color Calibration helps you adjust these
color settings and others.) For more information about calibrating your display
color in Windows,
see Calibrate your display.
The way you adjust
brightness and contrast varies and depends on your specific display.
Brightness and contrast buttons on the front of the monitor. Some monitors have brightness and contrast
controls on the front and use the standard symbols shown in the following
On-screen menu. You can change the brightness and contrast settings for some
displays by using an on-screen menu, and then setting the brightness and
contrast in the resulting menu. Many times, you can view the on-screen menu by
pressing a button-possibly labeled Menu-on the front of the monitor.
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Basic Picture Control- Displays the five slider controls for adjusting
the way the picture looks.
Contrast Adjusts the difference between the light and dark areas
of the picture.
Color Adjusts- the richness of the color
Tint Adjusts the balance between the red and green levels
Black Level Adjusts the brightness of the picture
. Sharpness Adjusts the crispness of edges in the picture.
Sharpness Adjusts the crispness of edges in the picture.
appear. You can choose either Yes or No. If you save the settings as a
Personal Picture Preset, the TV will store the settings so you can reselect
them easily if someone changes the settings.
Picture Presets Displays- a choice list that lets you select one of three
preset picture settings: Bright Lighting, Normal Lighting, Soft Lighting
or Personal Picture Preset. Choose the setting that is best for your
Auto Color Displays- a choice list that lets you turn on the feature that
automatically corrects the color of the picture. (This is especially useful
for tracking realistic flesh tone colors as you switch from channel to
channel.) Choose On or Off, depending on your preference.
Color Warmth Displays- a choice list that lets you set one of three
automatic color adjustments: Cool for a more blue palette of picture
colors; Normal; and Warm for a more red palette of picture colors. The
warm setting corresponds to the National Television Standards
Committee (NTSC) standard of 6500?K.
Video Noise Reduction Displays- a choice list that lets you turn on the
feature that automatically reduces noise from the picture. Audiovariable
enables the TV to automatically adjust noise reduction level;
off turns off noise reduction feature; on-fixed sets a fixed level of noise
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