It isn't the LCD because the menu works fine and the lines are still projected onto my computer screen. I know what the cause it because it started after I dropped my camera. It might be the CCD but I'm not sure.
I've considered going in for repairs, could anyone give me a cost estimate?
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On the monitor, press Menu, and select Factory Reset.
If the monitor has more than one type of connection available such as VGA, DVI, or HDMI, try a different type of connection.
Connect the monitor to another computer. If the line appears when the monitor is connected to the second computer, the monitor might be damaged or defective.Otherwise, the video card and driver is causing the problem from the computer.let me know if this resolves ur issue.. if not then we need some other steps.. regards,guru
if the option for convergence is still listed under the setting section of the on screen menu, then you need a convergence power supply board. If the convergence option is missing from the menu you need the ITC222 convergence missing repair kit. You can get either one at the following link they include instructions for the repair. http://www.tvrepairworld.com/
the vertical blue lines indicate some interference from other electronic gadgets near your tv. it started showing up on my sony grand wega when i installed my wireless modem. i almost ordered a new rear projection lamp costing over $100 but decided to experiment. i first moved my desk computer farther away from the tv then isolated the wireless modem router by placing it inside a small glass - the vertical blue lines became lighter in color so i dedided to find another small glass that fit inside the first glass container then put the router in the double glass - no more blue lines and my wireless modem router still works.
do some deductive thinking to figure out what's messing up your tv and isolate the interference.
Yea I have the same thing. I can't even see the screen to know where I'm going in the menu. I recently opened up my project to resolder some of the power points but I didn't touch the lens or lcd part.
Sounds like the problem is being caused by bad cables or bad device signal. What is it hooked up to ie; computer, DVD player, etc. Check the cables themselves, start by checking the tips, try to make sure that none of them are bent or tweaked. Let me know what you find, and then we'll go onto step two.
Check for bad caps in vertical circuit.
Solder any/all bad connects.
REPLACE vertical o/p IC w/OEM or better quality.
I usually use Tosh,Hit,or Pana.
2)Check/replace tactil switch (menu)on front panel.
John here, customer advocate at Dell headquarters.
If you can nvigate to the On Screen Display Menu, you should see an "all images" section on the main menu. There you will find brightness, contrast, color temp, white intensity, and gamma controls. You should be able to make adjustments from that menu to sharpen and brighten the image.
Check the horizontal output transistor this could be damage and causing the problem.another thing is pilot light that cause the screen to light up.since this is a projection t.v.it does not garry a tube.
you have a convergence problem and this can only be serviced by a tech with the know how to service the rca projections sets as there are many alignments in this set and some are manual driven but mosrt are on screen driven. You need the know how to get into the service mode. Sorry my friend but my recomendations would be to send this set out for service.