Loss of the color Red....Possibley others on my plasma
We turned on our Sony PFM-42V1 Plasma tv only to find everything is blue and green. Input screens used to be black but are now gray. TV has 4,000 hours mounted above fireplace so it out of reach to my little one. Any ideas?
Re: Loss of the color Red....Possibley others on my...
If you are lucky, it could be an open resistor or defective IC. Otherwise, I see a new TV in your future as the Plasma display would cost nearly $5500 for the part alone. If the fireplace is used much, I would not mount a TV above it, especially a plasma set which generates a lot of heat all by itself. If the fireplace is only used occasionally and you want to put the replacement set in the same spot, then I would consider a LCD model instead.
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one of the electrolytic capacitor's are bad so one of the boards that control the TV are bad there is a good possibly its fixable but if you feel you don't want to I will buy the broken Tv from you so please email me at [email protected]
This is a common problem with plasma tvs You did not mention whether you could generate any sound like through your dvd player or something like that. Whether you have audio or not makes a difference on which board may be causing you the problem. Just because it does not have a picture for tv viewing does not mean it won't produce some type of sound through your av1 input. Try it and I'll try to be more specific.
sounds like X buffer/scan or control/logic problems. without good service info you will have a hard time troubleshooting. And it will get expensive guessing. Could even be a panel, probably gonna need a pro look.