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Help with a PWD6

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by darenc1967, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. darenc1967

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    The picture via component has gone green.

    I have checked other inputs and S-video and VGA are ok.

    The terminal board is still secure and I have reconnected the cables also connected the screen via the same cable directly to my dvd player and have the same problem.

    Is there anything else i can try I don't have another bnc- rca component lead to try, so i guess it is either the input board or the cable.
     
  2. jrpavel

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    Check that the cables are OK, and connected to the right colours: I always find the Blue and Green quite hard to distinguish.
     
  3. jmack

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    have you selected rgb instead of component on the plasma?

    loose cable?

    my bet is the first one :smashin:
     
  4. darenc1967

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    JMack

    You're right I was playing arround in the setup before I noticed the green issue. Some how I set the input to RGB, I was quite concerned at the time hence the post.

    Disconnected all the cables etc for nothing. :rolleyes:
     
  5. jmack

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    do i win a price :smashin: :smashin:
     
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    Sometimes, if you've got RGB with a dirty Green you can get a bright green picture as the screen is trying to zero to the green. Slightly off topic, but if you did introduce something with a dirty green, it's exactly the same.

    All the best,

    Dr John Sim.
     

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