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Projection My repair man gave me a new black box, (presuiming I could install it i guess) I can figure out all the wires, Im just not sure how to remove the larger colored wires from the base of the bulb. The new focus box has bare wires on the larger wires. I just dont know if those just pull out or what at the base of the bulbs. Someone help!!

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Maybe it is soldered..John

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Tv powers off and on about 3 times then a little black box in back starts sparking. Its a 52 inch RCA. Thanks.

Be careful , can start a fire, keep unplugged,. you may have to get a repair man to look at it. Sounds like a short to me.

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Black pixels in shading and back ground turning red

This is not a "rear projection" plasma TV for whiuch you offered solutions, It is the LCD Flat panel the Liquid Crystal Display a 40" Samsung. I do not think this problem is a dead pixel as that woulde be "black" Reading on the web I found only one post that appeared to be the same or similar and the person said somehing about "switching the red wire" Maybe it is a "stuck" pixel -- sticks on red once in a while. Like previously after the first time it occured it has not come back in three days now. Samsungs repair comes today i will cross my fingers.

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Some things are better to have an in-home TV repair man come and look at. This is defiantly one of those occasions. Check to make sure all your cables are secure. Trade inputs with your devices such as your DVD player, cable box, ect. If you are still having a problem call a repair man.

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Help me willtab guru man...Please.

What is the make and model of your television.. green tint and vertical lines indicat a problem with the light engine..although the clear menu says not sure what type tv you have. lcd plasma change the light im guessing you mean bulb .. this indicates to me you have a dlp. but green tint to me indicates a tube projection type tv... so im just guessing hear. vertical lines also indicate a bad buffer board on a plasma or lcd. so let me know what you have

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Sony KP-51HW40 51 blue crt

Check the info from this website on how to remove shorts from CRTs. This is not a DIY for sure.
The CRT you can remove it yourself, just be very careful when removing the high voltage wire that is connected from the HV trippler to the CRT anode. The CRT anode cable stays with the CRT.
Good Luck.

May 08, 2008 | Sony KP-51HW40 51" Rear Projection...

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Tv has bad blue crt (pix tube) said the repairman

blue tube is very common on this type of tv, His prices are very fair.My concern is the other tubes i usually could tell if the other tubes looked ok. If he says they seem fine.And you like this tv it is worth fixing. Make sure if you do say yes you get a 1 year warr on tube and a warr on labor,

Im not sure if you got price with yoke assy to or just tube. It is very hard to put yoke in tube and have it adjust properly. make sure when you talk to him it
is a new tube and yoke assy , If not dont fix.

thanks doctor video ladingedgeelectronics.

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Samsung 42" rear projection HD tv issue

1 they are either rebuilt or a defective returned to stock accidentaly
2 yes securly attaching it helps the heatsinks keep even cooler. no you don't need heatsink grease.
3 if the tolernace is very far out of wack then it woun't take long befor they blow. once you have instaled the new board turn on the set enter mute,1,8,3 then perfect focus on the remote let it do it's thing then shut off the tv and resart the tv and press perfect focus again.

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Black screen sparking in back.

You cn replace it get the part number order it get a solder sucker tool and a soldering iron some solder wick some solder push the red wires down and twist litlle and pull up removethe flyback (IHVT) install the new one solder it in and thats it! Fun Huh?

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Rear projection 43" Tv

The black box with 4 large red wires in it is the high voltage distribution box. One red wire brings the high voltage in and the other 3 bring high voltage to each of the 3 picture tubes. If those red wires are not all the way in and tight, then there will be high voltage arcing inside that box and the picture will rapidly flicker. Make sure all red wires are pushed all the way into those holes and your picture should be back to normal. Convergence IC's will not make the picture flicker, so I am sure your IC's are fine.

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Tv has bad blue crt (pix tube) said the repairman

If you have a service manual or the experience to do this then I guess you can repair it. You do need a cross hatch generator to do an alighnment and sometimes an ocilliscope to adjust horizontal alighnments as per the service manual. Your paying for what the man took years to learn as repairing TV sets is not an overnight thing. As to the worth its up to you, do you wantt to invest this much money in a set that cost you a bundle?? How old is it? will answer your Question as they usually "made" to go for at least 5 to 7 years. After that its a crap shoot and if its older I wouldnt invest a dime in it. Unless you know how to repair it I would say buy a new one as the other tubes may go out a week from now or it could be 3 years from now as we TV techs are not fortune tellers. Good Luck

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