How to Troubleshoot a Mitsubishi HD1080

If you're having problems with your Mitsubishi 1080p high-definition television set, this could be coming from a few different sources. You have to look at the settings of the television itself and make sure they're all correct based on the problem you're having. You will also have to look at the source of the picture you're seeing --- the TV doesn't create content, it just displays it. A source would be something like a cable box or DVD player.

Instructions

    • 1

      Make sure that all of the devices you have connected to your Mitsubishi 1080p HDTV are set to output video in 1080p high definition. Because the resolution of the Mitsubishi television is so high, it will actually make standard-definition images look worse than they would on a standard-definition TV. Enter the menu on a device like a DVD player or Blu-ray player and select the "Video" settings option. Under "Format," make sure "1080p" is selected and not "480p" or "480i."

    • 2

      Change the format of your television picture depending on what show you're watching. The Mitsubishi 1080p HDTV comes with a variety of display modes, all of which you can cycle through by pressing the "Format" button on a remote control. For example, if the "Stretch" mode is enabled, shows that are being presented in high definition will look normal while shows that are being presented in standard definition will look stretched horizontally to fit your entire screen. Select the "Normal" format mode to view a program as it was originally intended.

    • 3

      Examine the cable connections between all of your connected devices and your Mitsubishi 1080p HDTV. Each device needs to be connected to your TV using two types of cables --- audio and video cables or one HDMI cable (for compatible devices). These cables need to be securely connected to both the Mitsubishi 1080p HDTV and to the device itself. If one end of the cable is loose, it could distort the video or audio signal that is being transmitted or block the transmission of the signal altogether.

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