I had a power spike the other night and my tv made a pop sound and would not come on.i replaced a round glass fuse that was blown and now it comes on.the problem now is that the color is all messed up when i am watching cable but when i watch a movie thru my dvd player it works fine color is great any ideas as to the problem
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Re: bad color when watching cable ok thru dvd player
If the power spike came in through the cable, I would suspect something in the tuning circuits -- unless you have the set connected to a cable box, in which case I would try the box on another TV first. If the problem is in the TV which was made by Symphonic-Funai by the way, I would check with my homeowners insurance if you can file a claim before I spent any money on it.
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Sounds like you have a tuner or an antenna problem. If you are using a DVT converter box to watch off the air TV, the signal has to be very good to get sound and picture. Try connecting a VCR or a DVD player trough the coax cable and see if it you get sound an pic on Channel 3 or 4. If you do, it is an antenna problem.
use the colored lead (RC) cables to connect from dvd player to your tv, it is color coded so you cant go wrong, then select av on the tv to watch dvd, if it can connect to tv with rc cable then you will need an adapter to connect dvd through antenna jack ok
I have a similar problem. The Sharp TV aquos appears to be shutting down my blue ray player and dvd recorder when connected via HDMI. They work fine and never close down when I connect them via the rca cables either single video connection or a composite 3 cable rca lead. I have 3 HDMI inputs on the tv and the problem occurs on all 3. Any suggestions?
this sounds like a connection problem. are the scart or av leads ok whatever you are using ? if so then the most likely cause is the signal interface inside the tv. try connecting with a different connection system
the picture color problem is the coolant in the CRTs. You can get the coolant replacemnt Kit at the following link. The other problem with the Input through DVD sounds like the signal board. You can get the replacement board and the Phillips CRT coolant kit at the following link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I would try a different set of cables to hook up the dvd player, sounds like you either have bad wires or bad ports on either the tv or dvd player. Test each and see which one it is, hopefully it's only a set of cables.
well dvd player is only 480 i ok not 720 unless its blue ray so dont even do that coupont cables usallly 480 also with comcast outs do u have hd then use one with hdmi outs ok coxal digtal cable works great also better rcas
try connecting thru an hdmi cable from your dvd player to your tv, check the colors then.. I'd say you have crossed your component cables.. match the connector letters a/b/x? and plug them in one after each other.