We just moved a Philips 60" hdtv prjection down three flights of stairs and up three flights of stairs. Prior to this the television was not turned on for at least 2 weeks. When we turned it on, we noticed a yellow discoloration on the edges of the television. Any ideas on what this could be and how to fix it? we do not have the remote to make adjustments until it comes in the mail. Thanks!
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It sounds like you need to re-adjust your convergence. The purpose of adjusting your convergence is to align your red, green, and blue colors. Moving your TV often causes this problem. I hope you get it going.
The set will need a convergence repair kit. Or to turn the red CRT off you can turn the screens down on the red CRT untill it shuts off, But the set will have a very blue or green picture and will not be very good to watch. A convergence repair kit is the best way. You can get the repair kit with instructions from www.tvrepairworld.com
you should be fine as long as you don't drop it of course. you and turn and twist it any which way but id say measure the height of the tv because at some point you will have the top and bottom of the tv touching 2 different walls if im not mistaken
If the double images are located at the bottom on one side, you might have cracked the mirror inside the set and it has been displaced making the picture in that area bad (especially if the rest of the picture is OK)
well the short answer is : Check the sides of the set see if there is a crack in the middle where you could separate them Long answer: i would not recommend it even if it does, the screens are sensitive and could get dust inside the screen. Never taken one apart that far. i suspect most tech don't because of the problems aligning and dust ect.. trying to get it back together.
Well its not a good Idea to carry a TV set turned upside down because of the heavy parts mounted on the board could cause stress and crack the printed circuit board. This what most likly happened. The PC board is cracked. If you have no soldering skills and do not know how to work on printed circuits or solid state devices, you should seek the help of a pro to assist you in this repair. Good Luck.