Tv turns off, volume adjusts incrementally then shuts off, screen is tinted blue
I went out of town for a couple weeks and when I came back the problems started.
First- the color is distorted. Anything with ambient or stage light shining on it looks like glare and everything is tinted blue.
Second- The Tv shuts off on its own after a few minutes. I can turn it back on but then it shuts off more quickly. Eventually it wont turn on at all until I unplug it and leave it alone for a few minutes. (maybe it's overheating if thats at all possible)
Third- The volume increases incrementally on its own then drops down to where it is barely audible.
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The tv main Tuner signal board it is the causes and the problems.The board it is dying and shorting out.U have some mechanicals skills,like take things aparts and putting it back togetther again?Yes.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole new refurbish tv main Tuner signal board for the replacement.
All These units need servicing, They all are having problems with the video output circuit. It could be a coupling capacitor or the video chip itself heating up and distorting the output after short playing periods.This may be a simple fix of changing the output coupling capacitors. But it also may be some internal distortion in the chip. These unit need to be tested on a oscilloscope and check out in the video out input section to look for possible component failures.You should contact a service center that will test your unit and give you an evaluation of the cost effectiveness of a repair. Hope this helps you with your problems.