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COLOR WHEEL How do I change out the color wheel of the HLN507W?

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You can check the settings on the manual of your tv or the configuration of the menu in the front panel.

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After a few minutes of being on my Samsung HLN507w dlp tv the picture will freeze and turn black and white, but the sound still works, I have to unplug the tv to reset it then it will work again for a...


This tv have a colors wheel design in it.The tv make loud grinding motor noises or pictures flashes or freeze and pictures turn in black&white with sound.The tv colors wheel it is dying or worn out already.Don't tries to change the tv colors wheel ur self.If u don't any mechanical skills,because the colors wheel it sit way back of the tv,must take out many mechanical parts before even can come to the tv colors wheel itself to replace it.Best to hire a tv tech. to change the colors wheel,so no problems for tv funstions for later or damages more parts on the tv set,if u install the new colors wheel in the tv wrong way.

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I took my Samsung HLN507W apart to replace the color wheel fan... is there a schematic somewhere in the TV or online so I can now put it back together?


You Tube have video by somebody take out the old colors wheel and steps by steps and a replacement of a new colors wheel put into the DLP tv.

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I hear the fan almost non stop while the tv is on.


You have a bad color wheel. The color wheel is located in front of the lamp, as the light shines through it as it spins. It is made up of different colored segments of glass, and one of the segments has came loose and causing the vibrating humming noise. The reason I know it isn't a fan is because the fans will continue to run for about 30 seconds after the set is powered off. The click you hear is the relay cutting off the fans. The color wheel cuts off as soon as you press the power button to cut the set off. I've replaced many of these at our shop for the same problem.

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hello yes it sound's like your fly back transformer is going bad. to me.!!! just have to wait and see. wont take long if it's doing what you say. "hope this help's you "good luck"

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I had the same problem. It ended up being the DMD board, which is the mirror engine. cost about $1000 to fix. Better off buying a new tv.

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