Yes, it is plugged in. :-)
I try to turn on the tv and it makes a staticy sound for approx 10 secs then shuts off. No picture is visible and no other sound is audible during this time. I'm just trying to find out if this is a simple repair or if it time move on. I was recently "downsized" at work and am trying to save money. Thank you in advance.
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Check voltage at the power board. After 120 volts enter the TV, there is fuse then a small high voltage transformer, then a 100 uf rated at 450 volts capacitor. There should be 390 volts DC at the capacitor. Without this 390 volts the TV will shut down.
No,the tv message said replace lamp wright?Yes,mean the tv projection lamp is the causes and the problems.The tv projection lamp life span have ended that why the tv it is not holding a stable tv projection lamp picture.All throught these causes,does the tv make alot of clicking noises too,when the tv projection lamp is it on for 30 sec.and shut it self off?Yes,than the board that call the Ballast board it is also dead too.This Ballast board only job are to ignite the tv projection lamp only.Tries websites like Partstore.com,Ebay.com to buy a new tv projection lamp and a new Ballast board too for the replament too,if this tv causes have alot of clicking noises,when the tv is trying to ignite the tv projection lamp.
Yes.... u must adjust the screen voltage going to picture tube....located on the CRT module>>>little board connected directly to picture tube (take back off TV and you will see ) play around with screen control on the CRT module......can be adjusted at times to keep from losing picture!!! tube is bad...i know sure looks good when showing a picture....TRY adjusting screen voltage ( YES while TV is ON>>>CAREFULL ) gl
It is most deffinately a convergence chip issue. The die for no reason. They can be bought online for around $10 dollars and anyone with experience with soldering can replace them pretty easily. I have done it.