Red bulb went to **** on me and i know how to replace it but where can i get one?
Well i got my 50in tv for fre cuz the guy said the red bulb went to ****. well it is and the guy that had it before told me he put paper over the bulb and the picture is fine but just no orange red and other shades of course. im sure its the whole bulb but any other ideas of what else may be wrong and where to get parts for it? thanks.
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I have the same problem. This is the second bulb in 6 months. The first one lasted 13 months. The bulb explodes inside and makes a loud snap noise, like an arc. The repair guy said it was the ballast along with the bulb. Good luck
Two possibiltes. A bad cooling fan or what is known as a color wheel. is this a whining sound. does the colors flicker. a bad fan could have contribited to the bulb going out too. to identify a technician would have to take back of and examine fans and listen
usually the lamp light blinking red is an indication that the lamp has malfunctioned. Try removing the lamp housing and reinsertng it. if that doesnt help you will need a new lamp or ballast. most likely the lamp
The pink lines in the set happened when the first time it blew out. It is called a burn in on the inside surface of the picture tubes. Not the fault of the TV repair guy. This is the fault of Toshiba. This set has known to have this happen and you should contact toshiba and request that they replace all three tubes for you at no cost. You should also stop using these repair guys who cannot fix a simple vertical problem. Find out who is authorized for Toshiba in your area and call them. They will know, or should know the problems that happens with this model number and take care of them once and for all. Good Luck