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Have colored lines at bottom of tv
First: disconnect any signal source from your TV, including cable. Unplug TV off the wall or power strip. Let it sit for a minute or two. Plug power back in. TV might turn on itself, might not. Depends on configuration. Turn it on manually, using set's "power" button. Observe the behavior. Lines? TV need repair! Not an armature job. Lines gone? start to connect signal sources back, starting with cable. Observe the picture. No lines? Proceed to the next source: DVD player, and so on. At some point lines might return. Make note, what source causes the problem. Then, you may know what to do next.
on Jan 10, 2012
How to connect my toshiba laptop to my panasonic
For Optimum Perfomance purchase an S video cable, And a 1/4 to AV cord from Radio shack. Make sure you get them long enough to reach. They come in various sizes.
Plug the S video end into the computer then plug the other end of the S video into the tv.Plug the AV into the Audio-in on the TV, and Plug the 1/4 in to the Audio out/ Head phone jack on the computer. Go to Start button on computer and click, click on control panel, If you have nvidea it will automatically go to both screens. Once your in the invidea consol you can make fine adjustments by following the prompts and instructions. Let us know if we helped you, we love feed back here at FIXYA. Thank you for using us.
on Mar 25, 2011
What kind of cable do i need to connect my
The cable box will most likely have multiple options for display - the most common will be a standard coax cable(exactly the same as what comes out of your wall).
This is where I would start since you have no HD option on your cable box.
There will probably also be RCA's on the back of the cable box (red, white and yellow). You should be able to use these three, the yellow being for your video and the red/white for left/right stereo sound, to connect to your TV as well. You would need to select the appropriate input for the cable you use.
CABLE/SAT will be your coax input, and depending on the input you plug into for the RCAs it would most likely be Video1 or Video2.
You can plug in the coax as well as the RCA's without a problem, they won't conflict or anything.
Make sure the cable box is on and then use your remote to select the different inputs - there should be a specific button dedicated to switching through these.
on Jan 25, 2011
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