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Problem with HL-R6167W green vertical lines

I have a SAMSUNG DLP model HLR6167w with a problem.
I just changed the light hoping this would fix the problem. the PROBLEM IS No picture at all. I have white and black static on the screen that also has a green viritical lines. I have 5vertical evenly spaced lines. I can put the TV on air-antenna, Satelite, DVD, NindendoWii, and the greenish static follows all components. When I hit "menu"on the TV remote, all menu options are crystal clear. Set-up, channel,sound, etc...all perfect picture...Just a problem with the actua lpicture on all components

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  • yoyo6999 Feb 08, 2009

    well had a tech come out they said it was the DMB i ordered it and it will be here tuesday 2/10/09 ill keep you posted

  • yoyo6999 Feb 08, 2009

    well had a tech come out they said it is the DMD board got it coming in on tuesday 2/10/09 ill let you all know ASAP!!!!

  • check56check Feb 09, 2009

    My HLR6167W is 3 years old and has the same problem now. Green screen with sound. Some HD channels show good pcitures for a few minutes and then freeze, the screen goes black for about a minute and then back. The cycle repeats. Can not turn off or change channels.

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It is doubtful if not impossible that it is the color wheel if the menus are working fine with full color. The DMD mirror device will not project the menus in color if the color wheel is not spinning at the proper speed to sync with the pixel mirrors flipping on and off. Most likely it is the interface between the inputs and the DMD board, like the analog or digital board. I am having the same problem and have not figured it out yet but am working on it. I have seen many thoughts that it is a thermal problem but have not verified.

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Replace the color wheel

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You need to do an aggressive reset on the TV. This solved problem completely for me. You must unplug the TV when it is on. Repeat this several times until the TV is jolted back into the factory default settings. The issue is actually with the programming I believe. The clue was that the display worked 100% perfect in HDMI mode, and the problem only existed in the cable setting, no matter if wires were attached or not.

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