I just bought a 27" LCD TV and theres a green tint that wont go away. everything looks green. i have messed around with all the Color changing stuff and pic quality etc. to try to get rid of this problem. i want to know whats wrong and how do i fix it
All I need is a schimatic for an Astar 27" flatpanel tv. Anything would be helpfull so I could fix the power supply for it. If not, I'll take pieces off of a monitor to fix what I got. I just rather have the schimatic to fix it so I could have the right part on the board. Can anyone help me?
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Astar LCD tv are famous using cheap capacitors in their power supply board as componnents,these capacitors are leaking gases,they bulges up,puff up.That why one ur tv is dead.The other tv is unstables changing channel on it own.U know basic electronics,and soldering?Take both of ur tv aparts.Searches all around the power supply board.Look for these bulges up,puff up capacitors,replaced these capacitors.Both ur tvs will work normal again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy two whole refurbish power supply boards to replaced each one of ur tv.
I have the same problem here on this Samsung 40" LCD. its a 2007 model. everything was fine until recently. I had to reset my digital cable box. now the picture has the green tint. its ruined what was a nice tv, and it won't go away.
I also have an Astar TV which turns on and flashes the Astar logo before the screen shuts down (Green power light stays on). From what i understand this is generally caused by low grade parts and to much heat. I dont know if you have gotten close to the TV while it is running but it gets extremely hot. The main issus with this is it causes the Capacitors to blow. there are about 20 of them and they generally sell for about $1.25 - $6 each online. If you have any experience soldering i have read about other people performing the fix themselves. I dont so i am currently looking into the cost to have them replaced by a professional. I will try and post what i find out.