Hi my sony tv was banged litte in the move. Now when we plug the cable in the blue screen comes up, but nothing else...like the regular picture. But if we switch to different mode the DVD player works fine. Can you tell us what could be the problem?
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Re: TV banged litte in a move
Take the back off the set and check for any cracks on the PCB near the tuner. The tuner is where the cable hooks up. Make sure the threaded connector is tight. The set defaults to a blue screen when there is no signal.
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You said the sound works but you get a blue screen on the TV, check your TV if it is set properly.
Make sure the Input is correct on the TV to shoe the Video coming from the console and check if the cable connections are properly connected to the TV and the console video output and input.
Also try it on a different TV to see if the issues is with the TV or the Console itself if on a different TV and the issue is still the same the issue is the Video output from the console but to check further more try a different cable, borrow one or maybe buy a new one just to see and eliminate possible causes of the Blue screen issue.
I hope this helps.
Sony bravia This blue is caused by magnetic fields. Either the speakers of tv is faulty or demagnatziser not working. Switch of tv and remove powercord from wallsockets. Leave for about 10 hours and plug in powercord and switch on. if demagnatiszr is working the blue will be gone. if not have youre tv demagnetized If hometheatre or radio speakers are closer than ½ meter this could also generate coulouration of screen. move speakers further away. If tv is on and and being moved your static electricity can also cause this. So switch of if if you move your tv.
double check the input, the simple way is using a good DVD player and good A/V Cable. plug in the A/V cable in DVD A/V output, then plug the other plug into TV A/V input. Then set your tv to AV input. if nothing comes out even though the dvd player is playing. The TV AV switch maybe damaged.
I posted to your problem with a similar one. I was able to get my PS3 to work by:
1.) Powering down both the PS3 and ViewSonic LCD
2.) Unplugging the power cables to both PS3 and LCD
3.) Waiting at least 10 or more seconds
4.) Plugging in the power cables to both PS3 and LCD
5.) Turning on the ViewSonic LCD
6.) Turning on the PS3 and holding down the power button until the beep
After this sequence I heard the bootup audio and the menu appeared on the screen- which detected the HDMI connection to my LCD.
Very odd.. I've had my PS3 in the same place for months and just today this happened.
·http://esupport.sony.com/perl/news-item.pl?news_id=24 ·Which models are affected with the "flicker" problem?
A1: There are 12 models in total: KDP57XBR2, KDP65XBR2, KP46WT500, KP51HW40, KP51WS500, KP57HW40, KP57WS500, KP57WV600, KP57WV700, KP65WS500, KP65WV600 and KP65WV700.
I think you had an arc in the high voltage circuit which zapped the blue drive circuit to the picture tube. This could have been caused by the high temperatures the your set was subjected to.