Question about RCA Televison & Video
Hi! I have a RCA RLED4243A-UHD on which the image is stuck on a kind of glitchy snow patchwork that is not moving at all. Here are a few things that I have considered important to mention: - The TV is stuck on this image whether sources are connected or not - I have sound and I can switch channels and inputs - Unplugging the TV for a long period of time doesn't help. - The capacitors seem to be OK, as far as I can tell - About a year ago, the hdmi/vga ports all stopped working so I had to buy an HDMI to component converter. The converter does not seem to be part of the problem however since when it's unplugged or when I switch sources, nothing is solved.
Posted by Anonymous on
In general the TV is not receiving any input. The fact that you lost HDMI and VGA earlier suggests that there is a breakdown in the input circuits.
Best guess, replace the main board. Symptom doesn't seem to indicate Power supply or TCon board
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blue screen with HDMI
Check the power supply modular cable connection that is by itself in the upper right corner. On the one my son-in-law has the double yellow jumper wire that connects to this plug in two locations was loose (not properly inserted) in the modular connector and had worked it way out.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
i know this sounds stupid, but have you "toggled" or "played" with the HDMI cables? are they the same manufacturer? HDMI channel connections are very fickle. If just one connection is not exactly correct, they go to a limp, no go status. Since they run at such a minimal voltage, i can't see them "blowing" the outputs on the devices.however....if your cable has a serial type output for video only, I would connect the hdmi convertor to it and see if it works.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
yes sir..i think you must looking and buy VGA adapter 15 to HDMI complete with the HDMI cable set. you can find this adapter at the computer spare part store or electronic part store. not cheap but very usefull for you in the next day.
is very easy to connecting...plug you adapter to the output VGA VAIO.. connect the HDMI cable to adapter (like USB) and the rest to the input at your samsung lcd...good luck..
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Sounds like you might be out of luck with the older 3-2-1 system. I am in the same boat, and am thinking I will only be able to utilize the "audio out" on the back of my Samsung LCD, and run that to the "aux in" on the Bose 3-2-1. This of course will not allow me to utilize the 3-2-1's DVD player, but by using a seperate DVD player, such as a Blu-Ray hooked to the LDC TV, the video will make it to the screen, and then the audio should make it through the Bose 3-2-1 speakers. Probably not the "best" solution, but one that I am going to attempt.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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How are you playing it? are you trying to create an animated gif?
If so, do the following:-
Create a file, with each of your snow images as layers, then
File-> Save As.
Name the image, then go to "Select File Type."
Make it a .gif image, and then click save.
GIMP gives you the option of flattening it or creating an animated gif. Click the button that says "Save as Animation", and then click export.
Then you get to alter a few more variables in the next dialog box (- you can set the frame rate (a higher number makes the animation go faster) )
Then once saved, load it up in an internet browser, and it should work.
Once you've saved you're gif image, open it up in your image viewer. If your normal image viewer doesn't show the animation, try opening it in Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can do this by right clicking on the file, and selecting "Open With." Then choose your internet browser, and you're all set!
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