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Picture distorted! my picture is completely distorted. i tried switching cables, and switching sources and i come to the conclusion that its something wrong w/ my tv. i dont get any funny lamp indicators, just a distorted picture. it hasn't been firing up on the first time lately. i'd have to turn it off and back on to get the fan to start up and the lamp to fire up. is the lamp bad or is it something else?

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  • lilazndemon Sep 06, 2007

    how do i replace the sesor?

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Your fan has a built in senor that lets the set know if it's running or not,the set will shut down if the cooling fans don't run this is protection for the engine assy.common fault

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    its builtinto the fan assy.fan replacement also make sure the balast statr up is working ok,it fires the lamp ,when starting up it should hake like a high voltage arcing sound.the fan should be mounted on the engine assy.easy to replaced but you must pay attention to what your doing,if your unsure get a technician to do it.

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The picture is almost like it is out of convergence it gets better when brite and contrast is turned down


Good day sir John!!!!

That problem is usually cause of bad T-con board (T-con board is the one that responsible for the quality of picture) in normal bright and contrast you see the color/picture is distorted..The color is like over tint and the quality is not good..

However,there are some points to consider like wrong settings and weak/bad connections of digital cable..

Try this steps:

For wrong settings-to determine if you have a wrong settings or you press wrong buttons on remote..Try to go to menu and find default settings or factory settings then press enter to restore factory settings in this procedure all previous settings return to original so the tv is works fine after this if your problem is in the settings..

For digital cable fault- You can determine the problem by playing DVD movies on your TV if the works fine in DVD movies.Your TV is good but there something wrong with the connections of your digital cable please let me know!!..Or you can try to wiggle the coaxial cable on the rear side of your TV and look at the TV screen while you do that and see if there is any improvement or reaction of color/picture try to fix the coaxial wire...

If the above procedure not worked the problem is on T-CON board let me know first if you decided to replace it for proper instruction on how to replace to avoid damage and for your safety..

Just keep on touch sir!!!!

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Capture working from camera but not from movie box VCR analoge input


Check the Image source if well shielded. Weak or broken shield in cable will affect the video-sound quality. Try different cable and analog video source. Once you ensure that nothing is wrong at input side. Uninstall-Reinstall the driver and the accompanied software also update driver and the software from Pinnacles support website.
Here is the link for the latest downloads and updates
http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/Products/Consumer+Products/Home+Video/Studio+Family/Studio+version+9+Support/Contact/Contact+Support/

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We have a LG42lx6500. when you turn it on after being off for a few hours the picture colour is distorted for a couple of minutes before correcting. At times you can see the individual pixels. Sometimes...


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Make sure TV is on the correct channel or input. Check the cables for correct routing from TV to any other devices. Check cables to ensure they are tight and secure.

An analog signal converted to high defintion resolution will cause lines, blurriness or fuzziness in the picture. Change the resolution to a lower or native setting using the media device (cable box, DVD,). This may be an issue that requires a service call to cable provider.

A problem on one channel may just be a error on that channel. If using an antenna, it might need to be adjusted in order to ensure good signal strength. For digtal channels, go into TV Menu. Check the DTV signal. Weak signal can cause picture distortion.

If another device is being used such as a cable box, DVD player or VCR switch between devices and test picture. Check routing of cables that are used to control the image. This should be a series of red, white and yellow cables.

If a VCR with a cable box, make sure the VCR and TV are set to the correct channels for video signal to pass through. If problem is still occuring, try another set of cables. bad cables can cause picture distortion.

Bad cables can cause picture distortion as well. Try another set of cables. If picture is better than when using the cables replaced, this was the issue. If cables are not an issue TV may require service.

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Hello! I have an Olevia 232 T12 LCD HDTV and I am having a problem with picture distortion. In the center of the screen, the picture is fine, but at the left and right hand sides, it looks as though the...


Hello.
It does not look like there is something wrong with electronics in your TV. Most likely settings for picture are got messed up. It could be TV settings or source (cable box, etc. settings).
Using remote control of your TV find picture settings in menu and make sure it set to "standard" instead of "zoom", "stretch", "wide" etc. You might need to do the same with cable/satellite box menu. Some devices have button "picture" or "format" on remote control for this purpose.
You can also connect DVD player first and see if picture is stretched as well to determine if it is TV settings are wrong or it is outside of TV set.
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Russ.

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Phillips 28in wide screen tv. Picture OK through Sky, but has two moving distortions on ordinary aerial. Actual picture is good but the distortions moving up the screen make it very difficult to watch.


Even digital signals can be sensitive to electrical interference and using an antenna, you could be getting garbage from any nearby 'noisy' source. Something you might try is to temporarily switch off any electrical device in your home, one at a time and look for changes in the banding you have.
If the antenna you are using is outside (rooftop) and is rotor equipped, try changing the position to see if there is any increase or decrease of the problem. If an indoor antenna, rotate it slowly while watching the TV display for change. You may be able to determine the general direction of the source of interference. Some seemingly innocent devices that can cause problems; - Light dimmers/controllers - Poorly designed network routers - Cordless phones - Power supplies

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My tv screen constantly distorts the picture.


More likely to be the problem in the LCD controller (TCON) board due to heat problem, try running the TV with the back open with small fan blowing at the top section of the TV. http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/LTV-32W3HD/
Becareful wehn removing the back, you may have switch assembly attached to the back cover.

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How to get a high definition Picture??


Hi, first of all you need a high definition source. I'm not sure if your cable box is HD but lets take it as an example. The component leads which you are using isn't 'true' HD video quality, what you need is a hdmi cable from your source to your TV.

Your cable box maybe HD with a HDMI output, if it is then you need the lead to come out of the cable box into your tv's HDMI input using a HDMI lead. Then you switch your TV's source to the HDMI input and it then should be producing a HD quality picture, but to truly get the full HD experience you may want to subscripe to a HD channel or purchase a blueray player becasue most cable TV channels are upscaled to HD and the definition is not as good as on a blue ray disc or a true HD channel.

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Initially, it would be suggested to try viewing a DVD or a VCR and determine if the humming sound & no color persists. If yes then conclusively, there is something wrong with the TV. If none, then the source of the humming sound would be the tuner section (internal to the TV) or your cable TV/aerial or your cable box/decoder.

If the humming sound and no color is present in either TV tuner/channel and with an external video source such as a DVD, then chances are that a large filter capacitor inside the TV needs to be replaced. It would probably be in the power supply section AC side.

If the humming sound and no color is present only on TV tuner/channel, you would have to check your TV signal source. If you are using an aerial, it may require re-orientation; if it were a basic cable, then you would need to consult with your cable provider; if you are using a cable box/decoder, then the problem could either be with the box/decoder or again your cable provider.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Toshiba 57H81 57in. Rear Projection Please help us get started


this set has a scan converter board that causes this prob. it can be replaced or rebuilt. rebuilt is the best option. by tv tech..john

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Redish distorted cable picture until I change input source and then go back to cable input


When you say brand new, just how new is it? Your unit could be covered by the warranty. Certainly something worth checking into. If it works fine on all inputs except cable and the cable box has been changed your problem is probably in the digital receiver in the TV. This is something you will need a qualified repair tech to look at but should not be an expensive fix (compared to the cost of the unit). First make sure it is not covered under warranty. Free is still better than having to pay! Good luck.

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