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Picture Freezes The picture freezes and the only way to fix is to powerdown and powerup the set. This has been happening for a while now only getting worse sometimes the picture will be fine for up to 30 mins. before the freeze and sometimes 30 secs. I am totally in the dark as to cause. I think possible dust intrusion causing color wheel to stop but this is only a guess. Can someone help me? When the pic. does freeze it looks like a picture negitive. (photograph)

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  • ziskinct Apr 10, 2009

    my 3 year old TV was freezing and I changed the lamp 6 months ago. It is freezing and the repairman said it is probably the digital board which would cost $700. I sais if that is the case it is not worth fixing. Any thoughts

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I doubt from your desciption of the problem that dust is causing the problem. It sounds more like an issue with the digital board which takes care of decoding the data stream. This problem is probably beyond your capabilities but any good repairman should be able to repair it quite easily and at a reasonable cost. Good luck.

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