So basicly if its just turned on its fine as long as there isnt too much black in the video. If it gets to much black the top section of the tv will slide to the right very briefly and then reset. It also makes a buzzing noise inside the tv. It wasn't doing it when I was in the color alignment tool but after the tv was on for a while(15 mins) it started doing it alot more. This tv is only worth like 300 if that so I'm sure a shop would charge way to much. The tv has been used alot for the past 5 years and now we have a new plazma so is this junk?
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The tv main Tuner signal board have intermittent problems,sorry this problems it could be anythings wrong in the board as parts wise are dying in the tv Tuner signal board just not completely,that why it take times to show up,that the board where the tv incomming broadcasting signal cable plug into it.U can take things aparts and putting it back together again?Yes.Try website like Ebay.com to buy a refurbish main Tuner signal board for the replacement.Or take to the shop for the repair that it.
It mite be in progressive mode witch is for composite video if it is not hook up to the TV for progressive mode and is put in progressive mode the picture images are not visible and looks black and white and wiggly. Check owners manual on how to get out of progressive mode. Hope this helps kids will be kids.
I had a very similar problem - the picture would get garbled, the black colour would turn into dark or bright blue tones, and i would get wiggly/jaggy outlines on the picture wherever contrasting coulours' edges met. After 2 service calls (replaced video boards both times), i gave up and popped the back cover on the TV. I wiggled a cable that connects the video board (it is on the top left quarter of the TV if you are looking straight at the front of it), and noticed that the picture improved right away.
I found that there is a bad solder on the cable connector, and simply keep the cover off now, as the connection will get flaky once in a while (especially in warmer temperatures).
There some thing that you had done to get black and white on your tv with the dvd ,check your connections.if the connections are properly connected then the tv could be having a problem in the video input, have a tech look at it.