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Akai Plasma rolling picture no color

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Had a friend with same problem. Found out to be a lightning strike. Strangely enough, the colour came back 4 months later on it's own.
Not much help, I know.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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Ink levels show emptry.


Need one plastic plate that you don't care much about, or a plastic disposable plate.
Tear off one section from a paper towel roll and roll it up into about a 1-inch diameter roll.
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Fold the flattened roll as needed to support the ink cartridge so it stands upright.

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Just setting it up. the picture is rolling and it


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Hopefully this help..

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Good luck.

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anteetina,

most probably your problem is within color system settings. It's either PAL/NTSC or PAL SECAM signals being produced by your player.

1) try to check your TV screen with regards to color system it use, check the color setting if it does indicate "Auto" "PAL" or "NTSC" try to choose "auto" and see if any changes will occur.

note: you can also check the service manual of your DVD player of what color system it produce and if it's match with your TV screen

cheers.
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Hello richiehere,
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