I get scrolling diagonal lines on my mitsubishi DLP when I use the cable box thru the component video inputs. I do not get this with other component inputs or with the blu-ray HDMI input. Moreover, I tried another tv on the same cable line and there was no problem although a repair person said the cable line was the issue. Please help.
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Re: scrolling diagonal lines
The cable box signal on the components video have a too high refresh rate frequency, that is the reason for the lines. Use RCA cables or an alternative connection. Other solution is changing the display out settings for cable box (from PAL to NTSC etc.)
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blue screen means no video signal, if the source is on hdmi ensure the cable is rca or in simple audio video jacks which u will have to connect in the dvi input of the tv reason is hdmi means high definition interface and transmits by hdcp like the data of an internet meaning its digital platform which the tv can only process thru the dvi inputs or component y,p,b
Connect the video out from the laptop to a video input on the television set. I did this with a PowerBook G4 in May to watch the BBC coverage of the British general election.
Most laptops, though, have an S-Video port, and the WD-60C9 doesn't have S-Video ports. You can check with the laptop manufacturer to see if they have a different cable that supports composite or component video, or you can do as I did and run the S-Video out from the laptop into a TiVo box and connect the composite output from the TiVo box to the television set.
You have a bad format board which is no longer available. the DM chassis can be sent in for repair by an authorized Mitsubishi servicer Call mit at 1 800 332-2119 they might help with cost of repair have receipt and purchase date available.