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  1. GGHS 1981

    GGHS 1981 Guest

    OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its picture to
    lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set off for
    about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great color? Now
    I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last night? I am
    not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at the same
    time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV. Could there
    have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that messed up
    the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until I
    pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks for all
    your help on the post last night! Greg
     
  2. techforce

    techforce Guest

    Post a model Number ???



    | OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its picture
    to
    | lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set off
    for
    | about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great
    color? Now
    | I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last night? I
    am
    | not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at the
    same
    | time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV. Could
    there
    | have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that messed
    up
    | the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until I
    | pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks for
    all
    | your help on the post last night! Greg
     
  3. CJT

    CJT Guest

    Maybe you and I have encountered similar gremlins. I have a Sony VCR
    that served me well for several years. A couple of months ago the
    tuner suddenly stopped working -- it would still play tapes, but not
    record them anew (or even tune a station and present it to the RF out).
    I piddled with it over a couple of days and could NOT get it to work,
    no matter what I tried (tightening connections, reprogramming, etc. --
    but nothing involving opening the case).

    So I bought a new VCR, which I'm not terribly happy with because it
    has a sloppy transport compared to the Sony.

    Anyway, a couple of days ago I decided I'd try to fix the Sony. I
    plugged it in to reset the clock and configure it, and it worked
    perfectly the first time. I can't get it to fail. Go figure.
     
  4. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    It is possible that something is intermittent in the set. You will soon see
    if the problem returns. These sets don't heal themselves.

    --

    Jerry G. GLG Technologies GLG
    ==========================


    OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its picture
    to
    lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set off
    for
    about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great color?
    Now
    I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last night? I am
    not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at the same
    time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV. Could
    there
    have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that messed up
    the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until I
    pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks for
    all
    your help on the post last night! Greg
     
  5. GGHS 1981

    GGHS 1981 Guest

    The model is DTQ27S4FC
     
  6. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    The VCR is not the problem, and cannot do to any TV what you are describing!
    The set must have an intermittent fault. They do not heal by themselves.

    --

    Jerry G.
    =====


    OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its picture
    to
    lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set off
    for
    about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great color?
    Now
    I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last night? I am
    not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at the same
    time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV. Could
    there
    have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that messed up
    the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until I
    pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks for
    all
    your help on the post last night! Greg
     
  7. techforce

    techforce Guest

    I agree with the other Posts earlier that if you see blotches in the
    corners, then you have bad Degaussing Circuitry. It could merely be the
    Solder on the appropriate Circuitry need touching up near the posistor
    control on the Board. I have seen bulletins about bad solder on these in
    certain Daewoo Chassis.



    | Post a model Number ???
    |
    |
    |
    | | | OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its
    picture
    | to
    | | lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set
    off
    | for
    | | about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great
    | color? Now
    | | I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last night?
    I
    | am
    | | not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at the
    | same
    | | time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV. Could
    | there
    | | have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that
    messed
    | up
    | | the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until I
    | | pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks
    for
    | all
    | | your help on the post last night! Greg
    |
    |
     
  8. techforce

    techforce Guest

    And also yes, the CRT Will eventually lose its magnetic CHARGE Gradually if
    left off for many hours and the internal degausser is failed. Its basicly
    residual magnetism which the Degauss is suppose to clear on every power up
    ot the set.



    |
    | I agree with the other Posts earlier that if you see blotches in the
    | corners, then you have bad Degaussing Circuitry. It could merely be the
    | Solder on the appropriate Circuitry need touching up near the posistor
    | control on the Board. I have seen bulletins about bad solder on these in
    | certain Daewoo Chassis.
    |
    |
    |
    | | | Post a model Number ???
    | |
    | |
    | |
    | | | | | OK. I posted last night that my 8 month old Daewoo had changed its
    | picture
    | | to
    | | | lime greens and pinks. Today I went and turned it on after it had set
    | off
    | | for
    | | | about 15 hours, (just to make sure) and the picture is back to great
    | | color? Now
    | | | I know I checked the color and tint controls more than once last
    night?
    | I
    | | am
    | | | not complaining...just scratching my head. It all happened right at
    the
    | | same
    | | | time I pressed play on the VCR which was setting on top of the TV.
    Could
    | | there
    | | | have been some kind of magnetic static discharge from the VCR that
    | messed
    | | up
    | | | the tube? Just seemed strange that the TV was working perfect up until
    I
    | | | pressed play. Needless to say the VCR is no longer near the TV. Thanks
    | for
    | | all
    | | | your help on the post last night! Greg
    | |
    | |
    |
    |
     
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