How to reset a normal color on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550
You wanted to watch TV when, suddenly, you noticed your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 displayed catastrophic colors! Fluorescent, black and white, colors too saturated, or a burr in the colors at startup… These color problems are really unpleasant for your viewer experience.
This is why we have chosen to introduce you in this article how to reset a normal color on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550. We will see the problem of connecting the SCART, the possible TV settings, and the quality of the capacitors of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550.
SCART on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550
The SCART cable is the cable that allows an audio and video connection between your decoder and your television.
It is the cousin of the hdmi cable.
When it is loose or damaged, the quality of the audio or video on your television may drop dramatically.
In particular, your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 can have fluorescent colors instead of normal colors.
In this case, first check the connection of your SCART. Unplug it, clean its inputs and outputs, and reconnect it.
If this does not work, you must replace your cable.
You can find them easily in stores.
When you connect the new cable, be careful to turn off the TV and the decoder to avoid handling problems.
Your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 settings
It sometimes happens that after a power failure, your TV settings will change without your knowledge.
It also happens that a child takes your remote control and plays with it before turning off the television.
In both cases, your television may suddenly appear in black and white, or on the contrary, with saturated colors.
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Do not panic ! Here is how to reset a normal color on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 with standard TV settings.
Take the remote control of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550, and press “Menu” then select “Setup”, which can also be called “Main Menu”, “System Menu”, “Tool Menu”, “Setup Menu” or “System Setup”.
There, go to “Image”.
You are in the menu that adjusts the image quality of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550. Go to the saturation gauge.
You may have to go to a sub-menu called “Colors”.
If your image is in black and white, increase the saturation using the left and right directionnal buttons displayed on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550.
If your image is too saturated in color, lower the saturation using the “left” and “right” directional buttons.
Then, if your television is in black and white, go to the “RGB” gauge of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550, which can be divided into several gauges like “R1”, “R2”, “G1”, etc… Increase the gauges until the color is obtained.
It is not necessary to adjust these gauges if your television had the colors saturated. Finally, choose the display mode of the image you prefer for your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550.
You will have the choice between “Normal”, “Cinema”, “Dynamic, and others.” This can help you find the display mode best suited to your tastes.
Capacitors on HISENSE TV LED H55A6550
Finally, the capacitors may be at fault when the colors of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 are not displayed correctly.
Notably at start-up, an image is displayed with colors that “drool”, then disappears after a little time of use.
If your capacitors work badly when cold, at start-up then, you have to change them. Capacitors are electrical components essential to the start-up of an electronic object.
They are made of an insulation and two metal wires.
Be careful, if you do not feel comfortable with the following procedure, bring yourself closer to an expert who will help you for a reasonable price.
Indeed, this procedure is highly risky as you may get electrocuted. Please unplug the power from your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550, and ask a professional to do it if you are not an expert about electricity.
To repair the capacitors, you must go to the back of your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550 television and remove the protective cover if the capacitors are not already visible.
When you see them, have a pair of pliers, and separate them from the TV. Next, place the capacitors, which you can buy for the price of bread in a store, in the right place and with the help of a welder, assemble them to your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550. Wait a few minutes for the capacitors to cool down.
And now, the colors work again!
To conclude on resetting a normal color on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550
We’ve just seen how to put a normal color on your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550.
However, if you encounter any difficulty, do not hesitate to ask for help from a friend. Or ask for help from a professional who will guide you step by step to do so. We hope it helped fixing your HISENSE TV LED H55A6550!
How do I fix the color on my Hisense TV?
What is the best color setting for Hisense TV?
We recommend choosing the ‘Movie’ Picture Mode, as it’s the most accurate one out of the box and allows for the most customization. From the Fine Tune Picture menu, we recommend setting Contrast to ’90’, Brightness to ’50’, and Sharpness to ‘0’. We also set Color to ’45’, and Tint (G/R) to ‘0’.
How do I reset my Hisense LED backlight?
How to Factory Reset Your Hisense TV
9 ancillary questions
How do I reset my LG LED TV to factory settings?
– Step 1: open the menu. Use the remote to open the menu.
– Step 2: open ‘All settings’ Select the option All settings in the list of options and press the OK button.
– Step 3: navigate to General. Select the options General.
– Step 4: go to Reset to Initial Settings.
Go down until you see the Revert to factory settings option.
At the back or bottom of your Hisense TV, there is a reset hole.
Look around your TV to find a small hole labeled “RESET”. Bend a paper clip to insert into the hole.
Push the clip inside the hole and press it for about 15 seconds.
How do you fix a TV that turns on but no picture?
– Unplug your TV for 60 seconds.
Don’t just turn it off.
– Hold the power button down for 30 seconds after it is unplugged.
– Count slow on those 60 seconds or use a watch.
– Plug your TV back in and check for a picture.
If it’s working, you are done.
– If not, go to the next step.
Newer HisenseHisenseHisense Group is a Chinese multinational major appliance and electronics manufacturer headquartered in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HisenseHisense – Wikipedia Roku or Android TV models have a physical reset button located at the back portion of your device.
Look for a button labeled as reset and use a toothpick or a pen to press on it.
Make sure that your TV is turned on while doing this.
Wait for it to reboot twice or more before you release the reset button.
How do I factory reset my LED TV?
– Turn on the TV.
– Press the HOME button on the remote control.
– Select Settings.
– The next steps will depend on your TV menu options: …
– Select Factory data reset or Reset.
– Select Erase Everything.
– Select Yes.
Why is my Hisense remote showing a blue light?
Blue 3 blinks – Remote was just woken up (moved) and is ready for use.
Blue blinking continuously – Remote is disconnected from the main unit.
Either the remote is out of range from main unit or the main unit is switched off.
How do I get my Hisense TV off the blue screen?
Almost all Hisense TVs contain buttons for power, volume, channel, and configuration adjustments.
These buttons can be pressed at any time to operate a Hisense TV without a remote.
The simplest way to use these TVs is in this way.
New Hisense TVs do differ in a few ways, though.
How do I fix my Hisense TV when the screen goes black?
You must reset your Hisense TV if it is stuck on the black screen of death. Wait 60 seconds after unplugging your television; and then press and hold the TV’s power button for 30 seconds.
Reconnect your Hisense TV after 60 seconds, and it should work.
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