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I have a pioneer elite
Replace the video board if you can find one, they are somewhat hard to find for plasma sets...try shopjimmy
Our Pioneer 60
Did you ever find an answer to this? I have the same issue?
My 50 inch plasma pioneer
Check in your menu under video and see if there are 3 gamma settings for the Red, Blue and Green. Some plasma's have that feature, why, I don't know, they only cause issues with the consumer. They are listed in the service mode but if I were you I wouldn't go there and besides it's a million to one that your son happened to hit that lottery.
Does this TV overheat and fail if installed in a
ANY TV WILL FAIL IF PROPER COOLING IS NOT PRESENT. A GOOD RULE OF THUMB IS AT LEAST 2 INCHES OF CLEARANCE AROUND THE ENTIRE SET. ANYTHING LESS, I WOULD RECOMMEND ADDITIONAL COOLING SOLUTIONS.
Unable to access digital audio output options
Well you also need to have a digital feed to the television. example: When I run my optical cable from my dvd player to my television directly. I went in to my menu options on my source and enabled this. If you are wanting to run this feed to your a/v amp? You may want to run the original feed from your dvd player to your amplifier directly, you will get a sound quality that is far superior to what you seem to be doing here.
Image size too big
Is the TV HD ready or 16:9 compatible? If so, there are settings in the user's menu to adjust the aspect ratio of the set. Usually giving selections for auto format, 4:3, 16:9 cinema, or wide, stretch, and so on. If it offers automatic aspect, that's the way to go. Sounds like it's in the "zoom" mode (if it's a 16:9 capable set). If it's not, there is likely some adjustments needed by a technician. The service menu will need to be accessed. I do not suggest the customer try to use the service menu, since there are several alignment settings that can really screw things up if maladjusted.
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