Question about Projection Televisions
Sounds like the bulb has burned out in the TV. Sometimes the TV has surges or spikes in power and it can overload the picture bulb and fry the bulb without you even noticing anything. The main indicator of this is that there is no picture but there is sound. The bulbs can cost anywhere from 75 dollars to more than 300 dollars. If you can finally reach the company you bought it from and have them look at it they will tell you the same. There are sites to look up the prices of new bulbs but if you have a warranty through the company you bought it from then it would be free of charge to replace.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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