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Loud pop and picture went out.I have sound but no picture.

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  • Zilpah Sep 26, 2008

    Mine is a DLP Projection TV, same thing happened


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Sounds like something broke due to over heating, or maybe it was just its time. I'd suggest opening up the back of the TV and seeing if it looks like there are any burn marks, or if the DLP Lamp was blown.

If it is the lamp, might I suggest a great place that has helped me out in the past. DLP Lamps.com. They can walk you through the lamp replacement over the phone or with their written instructions. Very easy and helpful.

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I had this happen a few months ago. More than likely the color wheel died. I opened up the back of my Samsung DLP expecting to find a blown lamp, but came to find out that only the color wheel was in need of replacement.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: TV MADE A LOUD "POP" NOSIE AND THEN SCREEN WENT

Hell k_sopata
If the display isn't working and according to the conditions you described yes it is the picture tube. You could contact Samsung and get a replacement for it.

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