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Toshiba 32A43 32" TV Questions & Answers
Menu pop ups
dopy, the problem is leaky tact switches on the control board, have changed out many of these especially on the 2003 model which of course is the 32A43, part number for the switches is 23344443, swap them and your done, BMW Rider
Menu keeps popping up
Hi, heres your fix, replace all of the front control board tact switches, part number is 23344443 & have a Merry Christmas, BMW Rider
I just got a toshiba theaterview sd dolby digital
That particular TV has both "component video" and standard video inputs. The DVD player might have a component video output (it will be three separate connectors of three different colors.) You will need a component video patch cable available at most electronics stores. If your DVD player doesn't have that input then use the standard video connector, yellow wire connects the video out on the DVD player to the Video input on the TV. The red and white wires are the left and right stereo audio connections they also make a cable for that. It will be color coded so make sure you match the codes from the output to the input on the TV. This set has two video inputs, you will get your best resolution if you use them instead of a "channel" input.
You will need the remote to select the video 1 or video 2 inputs. You can connect your DVD player and your game at the same time. Just use video 1 for the DVD and video 2 for the game. They require the yellow, red and white connector cables. Just follow the color code and match the colors with the jacks on the TV and other units. There is actually a third video input Video 3 behind the little door on the front panel. That would be convenient for the game if you want to remove it easily when not in use.
Push the menu button on the remote (big button in the middle) go to the video function and select either Video 1 for your DVD, Video 2 or 3 for your game.
The correct video input for what you want to view is important. Also if you don't have the user's manual it's available for free here: http://tacpservice.toshiba.com/ConsumerProductSupport/Manuals/TV/2003/32A33_32_36A43%28E%29_A.pdf
You might also need to download an Adobe Viewer which allows you to read .pdf files.
That is also available for free at:
If you already have malware protection (viruses and the like) un-check the MacAfee box so you don't download that too.
Toshiba tv 32a43 changes input by itself
I will try to explain this: I first presume there is a physical button on the set for the input options.I have seen this a lot:Not the plastic button on the set but the tiny push switch behind it.These are called momentary switches as only should function when the plastic button is pressed and contacts the momentary switch.They go bad, and will internally engage without be touched.The simple way to prove/disprove this is to open the set and get at that switch which usually is soldered into a small circuit board--two pins for the switch and maybe two more tabs for mounting.If individual switches unsolder and REMOVE THE INPUT SWITCH (the one under the plastic button on the set)Set should now operate normally and remote should have same feature on it. If it works you do not have to replace anything.FYI: the reason the remote may not be working is the buttons on the set have PRIORITY over the remote.Both the remote and the buttons go to the same area inside the set but buttons are #1 in line.
Check the deflection yoke connection cable for any loose contact at its connection socket at main board side. Unplug the connector out from the socket, and re-plug it back for at least tow times. Check the solder terminals of all connections to horizontal output. It will be best to re-solder all suspected solder terminals there. [horizontal sweep signals to the deflection yoke is absent now. Only vertical sweep is present now]
Screen become small in horizantal
The problem is with its width. Usually this will be related to faulty components in the horizontal deflection circuit; provided height of the picure is OK. Check the horizontal output section.
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