I have a Vista III Media box coming through , after a storm I heard a crack out by the area outside my window , where I saw the guy hook something up . Now after that my T.V. has a straight line coming through the middle and then after a few seconds , I have a picture but , it jiggles with lines going across so much that you can hardly see it , a few times it came back to normal , I'm lost at what to do , and would it have anything to do with Vista or is it in my T.V. ? Thank you so much
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Re: Panasonic 20 inch
The problem has nothing to do with Vista. The solder joints have come loose on your vertical output IC. This is very common in those Panasonic TV's. If you have experience in working on TV's then you can disassemble the set and resolder the pins of the vertical output IC and your picture will be fine. Otherwise, allow a qualified tech to handle it for you. It is a quick and simple procedure and should not cost too much.
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If that then set is a DLP? If the set is full of dust on the fans and in the air channels it may need to be taken outside and a air compressor used to dust it out--will look in some cases like a dust storm so do not do it in the house.
This is common to all old plasmas, the vertical scan module isn't getting enough power.
Long story short - you're going to need to remove the back panel of your plasma tv, turn some knobs, and watch your annoying pixel storm slowly dissipate. What you're looking for are little knobs that control various voltages. Most are these are shaped to be turned with a Philips head, and are sometimes marked with little clicks around them like a clock. If you get a flashlight and look, there's a description printed on the circuit board that tells which voltage that particular knob controls. Almost all of the tv's i've heard of being fixed need to have the VSCAN, or vertical scan adjusted. Make the adjustments in small steps and wait for a result.
pull your carpet up near the leak area and look for muddy body seams. it is possible one of the factory body seams are leaking- possibly in the cowl(under wipers) area, especially if it leaks when the car is sitting. there will be dirt/mud around the seams that are leaking. also you can check door seals by running the car on HIGH DEFROST with all doors and windows closed. spray around with a 50/50 soapy water solution. obviously bubbles will form around your leak.
vista doesn't come with 16 bit, it is 32 or 64 bit. use media center utility for watch live streaming. media player 11 is also capable for playing the live video. realplayer is the best tool for playing live videos