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Courtenay Inchbald Posted on Jun 26, 2006
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SOLARIZED PICTURE Sometimes the TV picture is slightly solarised.

  • Courtenay Inchbald Jun 26, 2006

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    Sometimes the TV picture is slightly solarised. I can't provide an image because it only happens every now and then butthe symptom is that the picture seems to run with a smaller gamut of rather exaggerated colours. This caues a face, for axample to appear as just three or four areas of flat colour instead of a blend of multiple colours. This happens on non-digital terrestrial TV, so it is not caused by digital decryption.

  • Courtenay Inchbald Jun 26, 2006

    More information as requested by Techman:

    Sometimes the TV picture is slightly solarised. I can't provide an image because it only happens every now and then butthe symptom is that the picture seems to run with a smaller gamut of rather exaggerated colours. This caues a face, for axample to appear as just three or four areas of flat colour instead of a blend of multiple colours. This happens on non-digital terrestrial TV, so it is not caused by digital decryption.

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I'm not 100% sure that I understand your problem but I'll give it a try. From what you are describing it sounds like you have a color lock problem. I've repaired this problem in at least 2 Panasonic TV's this size and it was the color IC. You can determine the location of the IC from the service manual (http://www.servicemanuals.net). Cost for the IC is about $20.00 (could be less now). A good place to get the IC is http://www.tritronicsinc.com or http://www.partstore.com. If you are good with a soldering iron and feel up to a challenge go for it, but remember TV safety. Good luck.

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Ikm sorry a little more info or a picture would help please. Thanks

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