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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Aneuploidy, Dec 12, 2003.

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  1. Aneuploidy

    Aneuploidy Guest

    sometimes when the set is turned off there is a glow in the center of the
    screen. mainly green with a blue spec somewhere near. it will remain there
    for a very long time after the set has been unplugged. could it be possible
    that the set isnt earthing if so is it much of a prob? (sounds like it
    is...) is it also possible that this could be the cause of the temp. blue
    screen with the raster lines?
     
  2. sometimes when the set is turned off there is a glow in the center of the
    I'd say the picture tube in your TV set is definitely suspect.

    If under warranty, make a claim or take it back to the place of purchase for an
    exchange or a refund.

    If taking back for an exchange or a refund, get a set from a Japanese brand,
    such as Sony, Toshiba, JVC, Panasonic, Hitachi, or Sharp. - Reinhart
     
  3. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "Aneuploidy" bravely wrote to "All" (12 Dec 03 03:49:18)
    --- on the heady topic of "phillips tv set"

    I don't know but my tv looks like a drop of falling rain when I turn it
    off. Usually most tv's just turn off by shrinking from the 4 corners but
    this one looks just like a brief drop of rain. There's nothing wrong but
    it's very amusing. Ah, simple pleasures...

    Most tv's glow in the dark for a short while after being turned off.
    Sometimes shining a flashlight on the crt will excite the phosphors for
    a little while. Perhaps you have a very bright lamp near the screen and
    this is causing the residual glow in the dark?


    An> From: "Aneuploidy" <>

    An> sometimes when the set is turned off there is a glow in the center
    An> of the screen. mainly green with a blue spec somewhere near. it will
    An> remain there for a very long time after the set has been unplugged.
    An> could it be possible that the set isnt earthing if so is it much of a
    An> prob? (sounds like it is...) is it also possible that this could be
    An> the cause of the temp. blue screen with the raster lines?

    .... High voltage can give a dangerously uncomfortable discharge.
     
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