I like this zenith TV a lot because it fit perfect in our class room in room 1905
Because I need for in our class room can you please deliver It at metro tech high school were at 1900 w Thomas RD phoenix Arizona 85015 602-764-8192
can you please bring were at 19th off Indian school RD
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im sorry I cannot deliver any thing. I was just helping fix things that was broke and saving people money because most things can be fixed at home very cheap instead of paying 300 dollars for a repair on a 2 dollar part. sorry if I could I would for sure.
your tv needs repair one of the transistors on the neck board is bad..the neck board is connected to the picture tube end inside the tv..but be care full as it stores very high voltage.if you are not a tech have a tech look at it.
What code, I do not understand your problem. Please go into more detail. I have two Zenith DTT 901 converter boxes, each is on a 15" Sony TV. They work perfectly after I corrected a wrong setting on the menu.
Since not all devices have the same in/outputs available, if you are trying to interconnect them, it helps to know the make and model of both, not just one.
There are several possibilities to connect external devices to your 'home theatre' system.
The one we have delivers the best when S-video is used but that requires a separate path for sound.
The standard colors for audio in and outputs are red(=right) and white(= left) and often cables are supplied with the same color coding.
The usual connections will be named 'Line in' and 'Line out.' The outputs deliver specified voltage into a specified load (or termination) and the inputs expect that condition.
This ensures that volume controls act in a sensible manner.
It could be as simple as dust contamination in the LE or lcd chip. You need a clean room to work on this area of the unit and NOTHING you can do there would make that possible, short of spending a few thousand to build one. Before we added a clean room enviroment we simply pulled the LE and sent it in to PTS - who has one and reinstalled...
In your case take it to a qualified shop and you'll save yourself a lot of grief..
That sounds to me like a flyback transformer went bad. I just had this issue because the ceramic coating on my flyback cracked and caused it to arc off. I got a new one delivered for 31.90 and soldered it in and viola! Perfect 32" tv once again.