The picture and sound are fading in and out. It was working just fine until I moved from one house to another and when I hooked it up to cable this is the result. The remote doesn't have menu on it and I'm at a loss as to why this is happening. I've tried going through a DVD player instead of directly through the TV and the results are the same. Please help
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The dreaded loose connection syndrome, this could be easy or hard to trace, only solusion is checking circuit boards for bad connections , it may be also capacitors in power supply neading replaced, not a novice repair
There are two places to look for the problems, the backlight inverter board and the power supply. Look at the power supply first since it is easier to get to, look for burnt parts, bad capacitors, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague Please post back what you find.
You can reduce the g2 for the blue tube open the front grill and open the 4 screws hold the resister block to have acess to the register block. Then there should be the black box have 6 knobs the one call for Blue g2 not the focus block. Adjust it counterclockwise a little bit and try turn on TV again
Help with hooking PS3 to a Denon Receiver. It worked before, but I had to move everything to a different location and when I hooked it back up the PS3 has sound but no picture. I have it hooked directly to the receiver with and HDMI cable (the receiver is hooked up to our cable box which is directly hooked to the tv via HDMI cable).
I had the same problem and I managed to solve it. It was because the HDMI was set to 1080i and my TV isn't HD. Default HDMI is 480p. You can check your current HDMI setting on the front panel of your DVD. There should be a button with the words "HDMI select". Next to it there should be 3 values. If the current one (a green light shows which one is selected) is not 480p, change it. To change it, make sure your sd-5000 is on, but not reading a DVD. The press the "HDMI select" button on the front panel until the selected one is 480p. This worked for me.
(I had the same same problem without the reading slowly part. On one TV, the sound and video weren't working, and only the video wasn't working on another TV)