My TEAC PL-D2100 home theatre system, is not showing all natural colors in display since yesterday.
Since yesterday, my display is not showing some colors like blue. While it shows most of teh other colors, the picture doesn't look natural as some colors like blue appear more like greenish. Please suggest any set-up changes I need to do
Re: My TEAC PL-D2100 home theatre system, is not showing...
The red rca jack of the component output on your dvd player or the red input on the Avr component input is not plugged in properly ( loose ) or the the component monitor out to the tv may be loose. there is also possablity of cable cut. check it with another component cable or interchange the red to green to find if the problem perssts ,... to ascertian weather it is the cable.. this info should solve your prob.
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the actuall screen LCD is bad.
in most cases.
supper common failure.. 2008 PC.
see page 31 , part 5 here. bingo, change that out.
there are 2 types used, only your full PC part number on
the service tag show this, post that and we go to the HP parts surfer and look it up.
Check the pins on the cables. Single color presentation but clear picture indicates the pin for a particular color is borken on teh cable. Remember Red Green and Blue are mixed to make other colors. If you have predominantly one color then its due to cable not haveing all pins inserted properly or damaged.
check the signal cable bend it in on condition and look what difference in color occurs if so then replace the cable if not that fault then ther is a dry solder on the base of monitor find out and clear it
This printer takes the "02" cartridges.
If the cartridge is not being detected is because the "chip" in the cartridge is defective.
Also because this printer takes 6 cartridge, make sure when you are changing the cartridge you are meant to change. For example lets say that blue and light blue are both low. Then light blue actually runs out and needs replacing. Make sure you do replace teh light blue instead of teh blue.
A way to validate this would be in the default screen of your printer the display show the amount of ink remaining on each colour. If you are replacing the one with no "bars" and with the warning symbol and after insertion the printer doesn't recognize the supply (ie shows the message of "HP original supply installed" and go through a "maintenance routine", the your supply is defective :(
My Konka LCD model KDL32AT23U Displayed a picture, then vanished, showing different colored vertical lines in horizontal blue bands.Then I could not turn it off with the remote or standby button on the side.Only with the main switch.What's wrong??
This is the same problem posted by kukish on july 26,2008