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Reset the lamp hour meter. Unplug the unit in the main power outlet then turn on the main power switch on. Press and hold the ON, stand by, menu and Input buttons at the same time the buttons are on the projector. Though the same buttons are found on the remote control, the reset only works with the projectors buttons.Plug the power cord back in to the outlet while holding the buttons ON, STANDBY, MENU, INPUTS buttons at the same time, the lamp timer will reset when the projector receive power. Good day and best regards.
Yes,have a philip screw driver,just take the back cover off.Find the fan,unscrew like four screws,disconect the input connector.Should take out the fan out easily,replace it.Tries websites like Partstore.com,Ebay.com to buy a new fan.
If your having pixelation,try disconnecting other tvs
from the wall.you may have a noise or DB drop off or surge issues.check all splitters from the tube to the soffit of your home.If you find one upside down out side ,water maybe be getting in.Remove all snap adapaptors,screw on only.Splltters are
cheap,,easy way is spend $3 extra a month to have your cable Co repair or replace any seeping cables or adaptors and/or splitters.
This tv has a 3 board video path. Analog main pcb --->Digital main pcb --->DMD pcb. see which inputs have the problem to narrow it down. if only some inputs, suspect analog board. if everything flickers(all inputs and menu), suspect the dmd or engine. you can see the lamp shine out the back. if the lamp is flickering, suspect lamp or ballast.
The moving might have created a loose conection,the sets age tell me there are possible other overheated areas that need to be resoldered to prevent other symptoms,If you are familiar with tv service you can check the conections in the output transformer area,he is responsible for generating the high voltage that lights up the 3 picture tubes,before the Hight volatege gets to the pix tubes there is a High volage distribution box that separetes the voltage for each tube,check it and make sure is not degraded,you need to be very careful when dealing with these parts,there is a lot of volatge in that areas,If you are not familiar with tv service be safe and call for assistance froma servicer.