please help. I have this tv, and now the image has gone mad. its pretty much unwatchable at this stage, I am under the impression that there may be a part needed to fix it.. could i install it? or does it need a service?
my problems that the blue and red are not smooth and won't straighten up... its almost like i am watching a 3d movie... Has this happened to any of you before? its unwatchable... hurt your eyes..
please let me know if this happened to you, did ya get it sorted? how?
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What time did you power on the TV? Is this being left on for six hours while it is malfunctioning? In my estimation you may consider getting another brand of TV - I see a lot of problems with Visio products.
Without a picture I can not be 100% sure, but in most cases it is related to offset from the fuser.
The hot roller is dirty, and will transfer a second "copy" of the image. The distance between each image is equal to the circumference of the hot roller.
The hot roller will then have to be replaced.
This is an example of how it may look with ghost image/offset.
Hi your screen is defective you can check with the manufacturer to see if they have one or check some of the parts stores online. To find the screen you need to part number of the screen. It is located on a white sticker on the back of the screen. You might be able to find one at www.interliquidparts.com
I`m going to help you with your plasma tv but first;
Just read your comments and the first thing to do would be to check the voltages "VA" and "VS" .
The value of those voltages will be written on a sticker at the back of the display panel itself and should read something like VA 60(volts) and VS 190 or more.
You will need a voltmeter/multimeter to check those voltages(va,vs) indicated on the large connectors of the power supply.
If you are up to it,let me know and i will help you
sounds to me like the differnence between watchiing in progressive and interlace. these older tube tv's are not capable of displaying a progressive scanned image. like the first dvd players. check your video out settings on your ipod to make sure its an interlace output.
Either the logic board or the power supply have failed and in either event I would strongly urge that you not even attempt the repair and just go purchase another (BETTER) Tv... I don't often tell people this check my posts. But that unit is simply riddled with problems and VERY VERY difficult to get parts for.. Samsung or Hitachi have some good bottom end LCD's (we in the industry call throw-aways) comparable in price and FAR better Tv's than the one you have there...