Question about Sanyo DS35510 35" TV
The tv was working fine and it just went dark, I can barely see a picture. It wasn't hit with lightning or power outages. All the colors appear to be working but the screen is very dark. I first unplugged it from the surge protector an plugged into the wall, I tried to change the settings with the on screen menu, I tried the reset button on the remote to restore the factory settings, then I cleaned all the dust off the circuit board and made sure all the wires were connected securely. None of this worked so thinking it was a hopeless cause I did something stupid I tried to adjust the little knobs in the back. Yeah, I know that I'm an idiot. So now I have white lines and all the on screen letters and numbers aren't readable. I've had the tv for six years and it worked great. It is a Sanyo DS35510 35" tv. So I guess what I need to know is it a lost cause? Will it cost more to fix than it is worth? Thank you in advance.
To get rid of the white lines look at the place where you turned the control. It should be called the screen control, turn down the screen control counterclockwise till the white lines just go away. If the picture is still dark, you will need to have this set serviced as there is a problem in the crt driver board, or the power supply board. good Luck
Posted on Jun 25, 2007
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