Question about Sony KDF-E60A20 60 in. LCD HDTV
I have a purple spot on my screen. I removed lamp cleaned blew it off , and replaced it. Turned it back on spot still on screen but moved a little
Its possible something in this DLP is on the lens that projects the picture onto the screen or the mirror (do not touch it) or between the lens and the inside of the screen---anything will if there show up in the picture.
In some cases I have used compressed air to dust these out but carefully.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the lower front panel by removing the 2 large round screw heads at the lower back corners, one on each side. Remove the retaining screw on the right side of the metal horizontal retaining strip in front of the bulb holder, remove bulb retaining screw in the upper left corner of the bulb holder. Pull the bulb holder out towards you and check for dust build up on the top screen on the bulb casing, if there is an abundance of dust it will restrict the airflow across the face of the bulb which causes it to heat up and turn off. Once the dust has been cleaned your bulb should now work as it should without a problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 60
You need to explain more about you problem. The type of signal input and the method of connection to the signal source. You can to a hard reset on you television by completely unplugging you television from any type of power source. Disconnect it from all signal sources and unplug it form the source of power. Leave the television this way for about half an hour and reset up your connections and see if your problem has gone away. If this does not solve your problem try going to the www.sony.com website and go to the support section. Put in the model number of you television and look at the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections to look for answers to problems like yours. They may have a soulution for you. On the website you can find customer service help and they should be able to help you with the problem. I hope this helps you with your problem.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Unfortunately, what you're describing is a repair issue. You won't be
able to address the problem with troubleshooting. There is a part
inside the TV that needs to be replaced. If you're under warranty,
this will cost you nothing. If you're not under warranty the cost
will likely be a minimum of $200 parts and labor. However, be warned
that the cost could be considerably higher. You should call the
manufacturer for your full range of options.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2009
I've had this same problem ongoing for a couple weeks. Finally, tonight it would shut off every 20-30 seconds, stay off for another 20-30 seconds then come back on. It turned out to be my bulb. I blew the TV out with compressed air, removed the bulb and disassembled it. Taking the bulb out of the plastic cage I then remove one of the metal screens at the top of the bulb, it just has little clips holding it in. I took a bottle of rubbing alcohol, some Q-tips and proceeded to clean the inside of the bulb through the screen hole. After cleaning the inside I put the screen back in, cleaned the outside of the bulb with a rag and alcohol, then reassembled everything. The TV is much brighter, I had to turn down the brightness setting and has been running the last few hours without an issue. You can avoid all this by buying a new bulb but I don't have the money right now to replace it and I'm cheap so I'll milk this bulb for everything it has. Heat kills bulbs so if you clean the screens and blow out the TV once every couple months you'll get a lot of life out of it..... I'm almost to 4 years on my original bulb and my TV is on constantly!! Good luck to all!!
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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