When I turn my TV on, the picture looks as if it has compressed into about the center 1/8th of the screen, with a solid white line on the top of the "compressed" picture. The rest of the screen is black. I have soldering expertise with small electronics but not much knowledge of TV inner workings, so if I needed to replace/resolder a resistor or chip that wouldn't be an issue. What's wrong with my TV?
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alright, turns out there is no code for the emerson ewf2704 on this particular remote. i returned it and shelled out five bucks for a different rca universal remote. i ran an auto code search, found the code easily, and i am having no problems.
The adjustment is done by opening the TV back cover, the part that looks like a cone(YOKE) that is mounted at the back of the picture tube needs to be slightly rotate it. To do this you will need to loose the screw that is holding that part and rotate it left or right.
Before doing this, unplug the TV from the main AC power.
Hope this helps.
mine did the same thing, I took it to a TV repair store and they said it was a power surge which damaged the power source board. (possibly caused by lightening) total cost to repair was $70.00 well worth since was only couple years old. TV is working well.------we'll see for how long????
When you say small horizontal screen, ¿Do you mean picture does not fill the screen completely from top to button? ¿Do images display normally though they are smaller in size? ¿Is color and definition of signal OK? Please answer so I can have a better picture of the problem.
The problem with your television appears to be in the high voltage power supply . This power supply supports the high voltage on the anode of the picture tube, and the voltages for the picture tube, and other parts of the TV. If you do not have a background in electronics, might I suggest that you have a TV technician to come to your location and work on the TV.