Hi, I have a Philips 28PW5324/05 tv. Recently I have begun to see horizontal green lines on my tv, when either watching a dvd or watch tv. This has gotten worse and now the green lines are more visible and the background is now turned a shaded green. From what I have found I think it is something called a "retrace line" problem, i.e. too much green
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Hi, I have a Philips 29PT9009/12 TV. Recently I have begun to see horizontal green lines on my tv, when either watching a dvd or watch tv. This has gotten worse and now the green lines are more visible and the background is now turned a shaded green. Please help me. Thanks in advance
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Re: Green horizontal lines
yes retrace line comes in this tv set due to extra screen voltage for the green screen driver you have to make some tests if you know about tv repair
or i can tell you what to do exactly at the schematic diagram if you have one !!
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send me the schematics scanned and i will resend you what to do exactly
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Hi, Lines across TV are caused by leaky condensers. Horizontal lines mean the faulty condenser causing the lines is located in the vertical section of the TV's PCB. You will most likely have to get a technician to repair it unless you are very good with electronics and soldering. Shouldnt be very expensive as the components are dirt cheap, Its just the labour cost that may be pricey. Best of luck.
I was just watching TV and all of a sudden the screen minimized down to a single green line spanning across the screen horizontally. The label in the back says it was made in 1996 so it is an old tv. Can anyone help?
Are the wavy lines horizontal or vertical? If they are horizontal and up near the top of the screen it could be 60HZ interference from a power cord running over the cable from the DVD player to the TV. There could also an internal breakdown of the shielding by the power supply of the DVD player. If the lines are vertical it is likely the cable or maybe the input jack on the TV. Could be a number of things.
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First, Id like to know how old is your unit? Also, the lines indicates in issue with regards to the lifespan of your tube. The dominant green color has something to do with a malfunctioning ray gun of your tube. However, i had encounter a unit that was resolved by simply resoldering the circuitry of same problem.
Why dont you try to resolder the board first.
Your DVD player may be set up to put out a different mode. Are you using the component cables or s-video? If it's the component cables, make sure you're player is putting out 480p. Also, try it with another set to see of you can localize the problem.