While watching a movie one night several months ago, there appreared to be like a red shooting star in the middle of the screen, and ever since then there are no more reds displayed on the tv. What needs to be done to fix?
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Hello. The red light is the IR (infrarad luminator) this inhance the night vision capabilities of the scope, monocular. Do not look directlly into the IR tube, The Paramount Moonlight has gone to the land of the Red Star. The scope contract is up. it junk, to expensive to repair. stewbison
Could be a problem with the sensor, as their is a few sensors, door(s), hood, depending on he car a few others. One of the sensors could be going bad and is super sensetive or intermitten and even if say a gust of wind hits the wire, it'll go off. Im saying it's a bad sensor.
Possibly you just need a new power supply/battery charger.
There is nothing "magic" about the original power supply.
Take the player into an electronics supply shop. They should be able to look at it and match
Power requirement (milliWatts or Watts)
Polarity (center of plug positive or negative)
you have a problem in the deflection board causing the convergence menu to drop out, and the audio out put is causing your problems with audio. You can get parts at this link. Just let them know your model number and they will get back to you quickly. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/