Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
1) In customer menu, adjust all video controls to center,then
increase "picture" to 3/4
2)Locate focus/screen adjust block above chassis...adjust
RGB screen controls for best mixture = B/W tracking..
Check with customer color level at minimum..should look gray.
If you turn screen controls up too much,you will see faint
re-trace lines in picture.....once B/W looks good,put color level
back to middle...................................................T.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
The tubes are most likely not the trouble,sounds like you have a bad screen asy part number is 204809,must use the generic,Thomson discontuned this part.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
Look inside of the tube from the top. They used to have a problem with fungus growing in the fluid that covers the face of the tube. Put the set on video input so it's a dark screen and then put the menu on. You'll be able to tell in the blue and green tubes that the letters are not clear. The red tube almost never is affected. You will see the slime covering the face of the tube. Before looking inside the tube, try this first: You can always tell with writing on the screen. Try and turn the color setting all the way down so you get a black & white picture. If the writing is still bad or you see the blue lines are fat compared to the red, then it's a tube problem. You can also tell in the convergance menu. The lines should be the same thickness. Changing the fluid shouldn't be that expensive. Have someone do it for you. But if the tube itself is bad/weak, tube has no sline, but still looks out of focus...fat lines..etc... forget about it. Magnavox/phillips sets are very poorly made sets. I wouldn't put money into repairs of more than $150-$200. They just don't hold-up. The model number should be on a sticker on the back. May have fallen off. Could be inside set after you remove the back.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Sorry,not repairable,because the LCD screen panels are limited produce by the Tvs Corporations.No where u will able to buy a LCD Screen panel for the replament,but except by the tvs corporations themselves.Because it limited production of the LCD screen panels,they will sell it to u the same as a new tv.Might even cost more after the labors of by replacing the LCD screen panel.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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