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Blue 1sq. ft area on left lower section on screen,

Had engine replaced one year ago. now the blue spot looks like blue liquid weaked inside. Is this an engine problem too? Cost $900 for a refurb a year ago. I hate this set.

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  • levon patrick Dec 09, 2008

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  • levon patrick Dec 09, 2008

    engine was repaired 2 yrs ago. First one lasted 2 yrs

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Greetings,
You said it yourself. You hate this set. My question is why did you bother to spend $900.00 to have it fixed when you could have bought a flat panel plasma or LCD set that would give you a better picture than any rear projections set could. My suggestion is since you hate this TV with a passion it's time to start looking for a new TV.
I know this is probably not the answer you are looking for but I would suggest that spending anymore money on repairs will most likely be a waste of your hard earned cash.
The blue spot is most likely either an alignment problem or a weak projection tube. Both problems will cost you unknown amounts of cash to repair.
Hope this will help to put the proper perspective on your problem.

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