Question about Toshiba 62HM95 62" HDTV
Color wheel is part of light eng. cost to much only .need a repair or color wheel
had a 46H84 given to me after "engine failure diagnosed" by Tech and $800 + estimate
Removed the engine and found the color wheel was very dirty and the shaft was not spinning well- cotton swab and denatured alcohol did the trick-
then cleaned the lens which was also dirty and while I was at it cleaned the mirror and backside of screen
Turned it on and WALLA- new set - the fan is a little noisy yet but liveable.
Total investment? 3-4 hours, 10-15 cotton swabs and a little alcohol- for the set on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Just took a little common sense - the service manual is available online also for about $8 shows basic teardown but does not get into engine teardown which was very basic. My guess is a majority of engine failures after 4-5 years are simply in need of a good cleaning in reality
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Its a mystery why Toshiba does not sell the color wheel assy independently from the light engine. If I were facing a repair cost like this, I'd be on the phone with Toshiba.
I have heard the PTS in Indiana can rebuild color wheel assys and ballast boards for Toshiba DLPs, you might give them a call.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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