I've replace the main board due to tv repair person telling me that this why I had green. Prio to replacing the board still has pip color but green, now that boards replaced still the same. What can I do to fix my problem.
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Re: green screen but pip has color
Follow the instructions from this website and you should be able to fix it.
If the instructions did not help you to fix it, there could be that the green tube is defective or a video amplifier IC on the blue CRT board.
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It is due to power supply regulator fault. Check the main power supply regulator section circuits for any damaged [bulged] electrolytic capacitors. Replace the suspected capacitors. When replace an electrolytic capacitor, make sure about its polarity. Like torch batteries, these capacitors also have both [+ve] and [_ve] terminals, and should match it with markings at the printed circuit board, when replace them. If the polarity changes when replacing them, they might burst out. Normally, [-ve] marking will be there on its body. See the example of the suspected component. Both good and damaged. See the bulged capacitor and good one on the same frame.
The tv problems u are decribing are 50/50 it could be the main board tv Tuner signal board is dying and shorting out or the tv LCD screen panel itself are leaking radiation and slowly shorting out.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish main board tv Tuner signal board for the replacement.50/50 could get this tv fixed by replacing this main board tv Tuner signal board.If after u replaced the board and still have the same problems,than u know for sure it is the tv LCD screen is dying and leaking radiation and slowly shorting out.Than u know for sure this tv is not worth as a whole tv anymore,now only as salvages tv for it PCB circuits boards only.U can return the main board tv Tuner signal board to the dealers.Get some money back,but must lose some money,like subtraction like from the shipping and handleling cost and the useually the 10% restocking fee.
your color wheel/ color main bored has gone bad (red flashing indictating one of 3 things depending on flashing. no power to main board. or to much power/bad board on one of the color boards) or you just need to replace the bulb in it. i doubt its a bulb issue bc you do see a greenness to it at first. but *** will auto shut down till the board is fixed. sorry for the bad news but this is your solution. . if you can tell me what model the tv is i cna find out exactly what it is and how many flashes.
This problems is not causes by a person or some objects by hitting ur LCD tv picture screen panel?If,yes,by a person or an objects by hitting the picture screen panel.This tv is not repairable only can be by replaced the whole entire LCD picture screen panel only,sorry than this tv is not worth repairing.Because by replacing the tv LCD picture screen panel itself,will cost the same as a new tv.If these colors strips show up by itself,yes,tv it is repairable.The board call the T-Con decoders board is dead.This board sit right at the bottom right in the middle of the LCD picture screen panel.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish T-Con decoders board for the replacement.
Have the digital board replaced, it might also be a good idea to replace the main board at the same time. Have a technician check the VS and VA and VE voltages to the y-Substain board also, on most plasmas there are small variable adjustments knobs that control these voltages some times this porblem can be resolved by adjusting the voltages.
if you tried adjusting all parameters in the menu and anything you do is not resolving it, go into any workshop to have them replacing the main board. It looks ugly this idea but now days this kind or repair is posible and the board is "affordable". find any workshop close to your area. The reason of this idea is because the main board controls all parameters in the tv and the other part who we can blame on is the screen itself so if the tv is repairable (economical to repair) the workshop sure it would tell you.
I've been hearing alot about the main power supply board with this model. Mostly I hear that when the power button is pressed, the relay inside will click but with no other response from the TV. This tells me that either the relay contacts are no good or that there are some serious soldering problems on the board. That would explain why it will operate for a short time then quit unexpectedly. Thermal cycling might be stressing the already weak solder joints causing intermittent contact. Personally, I'd love to get my hands on one of these boards.
If it were me and I had nothing to lose, I'd pull the main PS board and touch up the relay section by resoldering (as I believe it is more likely to have bad solder joints then the bad relay contacts). If anyone tries this with positive results, please let me know and rate accordingly.