I was wondering how the tv fix went or is going? I think my friend has the same problem though I'm not TV tech. did you have color changes? like red comes out as orange, green as blue? I'm trying to decide if its worth trying to fix and wondering how hard it might be. sorry for the font change? no option in here to fix it...
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DLP tvs have a design weakness,the problems it is call a convergence problems,it is dead.This convergence problems,will have happen many times through out the tv live.The tv have a colors R,G,B lines misalignments,have colors shadow pictures or 3D pictures look alike?Yes,than the tv board,that call the tv convergence board it is dead.The tv convergence board,must require changes 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all of it resistors too.To fixed the tv convergence board to solved the tv colors picture convergencce problems.The tvs shops will cost u like $300-350 for parts and labors.
This DLP tv have a colors wheel.The tv colors wheel,it dead.Have loud humming sound,motor noises and pictures flashes black&white within a picture.The colors wheel is dead and is spinning off of it axis and hitting of it sides motor walls.Tv must require a replacement of a colors wheel.Hire a tv tech. to do the job.The tv colors wheel is hard to replace.The tv colors wheel sit behind many manchanical parts,must take out even before u even can replacement the colors wheel itself.
If one color goes out of control, the TV will auto turn off for safety reasons. Sounds like a red bias resistor has burned out. A tech will be needed to trace this problem. Sometimes there is a knob behind the front TV speaker panel for adjusting the color bias levels. You could try to mess with it if you are able to find it. I would just get a tech. Could be a cheap repair.
it sounds as though there is a problem on the main board and yes,it will be expensive to repair.i would guess between 400 to 600 possibly more depending on how much damage is on the main board. i know this isnt what you want to hear but i have a friend that has a tv repair shop and i know he gets big money for repairs on big screens.
There may be several causes but, one is that when any color gun is being over driven, the Sony shuts down the gun to protect it. Try this. Remove the front of the set by removing the two screws from each lower corner. Next remove the black panel held on by 5 or 6 screws. Now you should see a panel with 6 potentiometers on it. Turning the ones on the bottom row CCW reduces the drive. Turn the color down and if all the guns stay lit, SLOWLY turn them up until you get the color balance that you like.
You have a defective color wheel. Its not easy to change. You must be familiar with the Lite engine. This TV carries 2 types of Color wheel. Look at the side of the TV for your version number to see which one it uses. (1) Part number BP96-00674A COLOR WHEEL (FOR TYPE L3 VERSION PW03 UNITS) (2) Part number BP96-01103A COLOR WHEEL FOR TYPE L6 VERSION PU01 UNITS
moving big screens around may throw off the convergence, look to see if you have red,blue or green or all.. ghosts or edges in the picture.
you will need a tech manual ..not owners manual to fix it,
I would call a local tech and hear what he thinks for just a service charge.