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Re: my tv display the view as three images
You need to replace the convergence ICs they are both stk392-110 you can get replacement at the following link with free instructions, they also have the kit which includes both ICs and all new resistors for your model . http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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I don't know where you got the information that burning could not happen but that is completely wrong. If it is a monitor, tube tv, LCD/LED, DLP or any other kind of viewing device it can burn. With that out of the way if the lamp warning is coming on then it is time to replace it but your image problems are deeper than that. The screen appears to be separating. By that I mean there are three layers and sometimes more depending on the manufacturer that display color. Think of it like saran wrap laired on top of each other. As they get old or of poor quality they start to separate and show some pretty funky imaging. Without the TV in my shop I most certainly cannot 100 percent say for sure that this is it but I would strongly consider this as not fixable.
Projection TVs are know for poor quality reproduction. The reason is because you Project images from three colored tubes located at the base of the unit have the task of Projecting an RGB image to a reflector, then to a special screen. Age causes the tubes to get weak and they are less efficient for one, then dirt, dust, or airborne film collects on the tubes, reflection material, and screen. This too, diminishes light. Constant wiping or cleaning of the exterior viewing screen reduces the visible light, and that is why you need to take special care to use cleaning agents made for cleaning TV Screens. Movement of the TV can also cause a shift of the tube angle and the focus can get out of alignment. So you see a lot of causes can be the culprit and you need to look at all factors.
WD-Y65 is NOT a 3D ready TV. You either have to change the TV to see the movie in 3D, or just watch it in 2D in you current TV.
I have the same TV as yours. Current I connect a desktop PC to the TV via DVI port, and I watch Avatar using colorcode 3D(Amber/Blue) with Stereoscopic Player from www.3dtv.at It might be a way for you to enjoy 3D without change the whole thing, but it's an entire different topic.
Very common and easy fix. Install the RCA repair kit called ' ITC222 and ITC222A convergence option missing repair kit. Its available from www.tvrepairworld.com and contains the parts and the CD with repair instructions.
This tv doesn't have 3D capabilities - the image appears blurry because both images are displayed on the same screen at the same time. Just don't use the 3D option from the BluRay player, view the movie normally - 2D.
Follow the steps below for the initial set-up: 1. Select the "MENU" display by pressing the "MENU" button once. 2. Press the number buttons "2", "2", "7", "0" in sequence to select the "OPTION MENU" display. 3. Press the "ADJUST" button to select "INITIAL." 4. Press "ENTER." NOTE: At this time channel 3 is automatically selected.
Picture quality problems (such as lines, fuzzy image, or wrong colors)Check the cables and connections:
Make sure that cable connections are securely fastened to the connectors and try reaseating the connectors. If connecting a device using component cables, make sure all three color-coded cables are connected correctly into the corresponding connectors.
Check the condition and length of the cables. Cables that are longer than 3 meters (10 feet), become more susceptible to promoting signal degredation (small dots "sparkling" on the screen and image ghosting). Cables that have been bent or pinched may also cause picture quality problems. Replace the cable or try a different cable type. Press the CH button to display a different channel. Picture quality problems on a single channel or on all channels may be caused by the TV station signal (antenna) or the cable signal source.
Make sure that the image quality issue is not coming from your source signal. For example: if the image quality issues occur while viewing TV, switch the source to a DVD player to see if the image quality problems go away. If selecting a different input source (using the remote control) causes the problem to go away, troubleshoot the source device causing the problem - adjust aerial antennas, call the cable company for assistance, and . If a picture quality problem occurs on all sources, the TV or its settings may be the cause of the problem. NOTE: Higher resolution TVs will make it much easier to view signal problems coming from source signals - especially TV signals. For example, if your TV cable company experiences heavy load on their system, you may be able to detect small miscolored squares that briefly scatter across the screen (macro-blocking). On a smaller standard TV, this type of quality problem is much less noticeable on a standard TV, but can become very annoying when viewed with greater detail.
Open OSD to adjust the picture: Press the Menu button to open the OSD. Select the Picture menu and adjust the image as needed. If you cannot adjust the TV to fix the problem, reset the settings from the OSD to see if the problem goes away.
Unplug the TV from its power source. With the power cord unplugged, press and hold the power button for five seconds. Turn on the TV. If the image quality problems still exists across all types of signal sources, the TV should be serviced.
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Try hooking the TV to a different outlet fed by a different breaker. Does the problem go away? If so, the culprit may be a wiring problem in your house that is causing the TV not to get enough power unless the dining room light is on.If in doubt, consult an electrician to make sure both the dining room light and TV outlet circuits are working properly.