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Re: Hitachi 50 inch Rear Projection Color problem
Which sounds like a loose connection in the video or chroma section. you can carefully tap around affected area with a rubber screwdriver handle(not metal part) and see if it does come and go and look in that area for loose connections that needs soldering back. Hope this helps
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When the tv is it totally black and white and the tv picture are good and clear wright?when the tv colors are fade in and out are clear up and when the tv picture it is in colors it is look good normal picture wright?Tv have no shadows of any kinds of colors when picture are good in colors wright?Yes,take ur hand make fist or take a wooden hamer bangs all around the tv bazel frame if the tv colors come back or tv stay in colors it is have good picture in colors.Tv it is still good just have components parts are cold soldering or CRT colors guns R,G,B just require resoldering works only.
HELLO. it sound's like you have a cold solder problem.!!! what that mean's is that when the set get hot .!!! it lose's it's contack.!!! you might try going over the chassis .!!! soldering the conteck's.!!! with a low watt. solder gun.!!! not over 40 watt's.!!! and use 40/60 rosin core solder.!!! hope this help's you .!!! "GOOD LUCK"
use the advanced options page and reset the factor blue and red convergence defaults then do re apply the auto color defaults color at first it seemed very red (which is good because red was the missing factor in the green picture) but after reseting all the color and tints to the normal ranges I then reset the color auto correct again and all seems fine.
does the tv use Svideo as an input from whatever device you're using on the main screen?
if so , try changing out the cable for a new one, svideo carries 2 signals, color and brightness (ie color and black signals)
if your cable is bad or broken, you may only be getting one of those signals ( the black one)
try a new cable if it's s-video.
if it's not, get back to us.