I had a problem last week where the screen lost the picture and went to just snow and red.
I looked on the internet and it suggested changing resistor R15101 on the back board.
I've got the picture back now, but no red on the screen.
Today, I was watching US open golf, Tiger Woods was wearing a red shirt, but the TV showed it as blue.
Any other suggestions?
Did you change the resistor by yourself? I am not sure if your TV has manual adjust on the back of the TV that you can adjust. Some times turning the TV Off and unplug it from the wall helps because it resets the TV. Check your Back ground color and see what is the dominating color. Blue, Green or Red. If this doesn't work please call a professional to look at it.
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It sounds to be a video output stage circuit fault. Check all the solder terminals at its CRT base card, including the solder terminals of the CRT base to the card. Re-solder all the suspected solder terminals by applying a little more fresh solder. Contact any service technician. Check the solder terminals of Red color output transisotor. If needy, replace it with a new one with same number printed on it. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" will make surf easy. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up older posts there.
The fault is 'one colour predominant/absent screen'
Hi, looks like a "Shop" job to me... ask for a "Quote" B4 ya proceede. If it's a CRT screen then ya have "Lost" one or more of ya colour "Guns" if LCD then the Driver circuitry has gone faulty. Either way it's not an easy fix.. for a home job.