Question about Sony Grand WEGA KF60WE610 60" Rear Projection Television
Color's may change to correct setting's after sometime of being on. Could this be a problem with the lamp? My wife recalls this problem just before I had replaced the lamp on this TV about five years ago! Everything else on this TV works fine, but the colors..
5 Years!!!! Wow...you guys must barely watch any TV for a lamp to last that long. Most people average every 2 Years or so. Just go out and buy a brand new lamp...Approx. $200 plus tax or so. Should solve your problem ;^)
But before you do... just in case... go into your TV Menu and reset your video setting to factory... its very easy to do on screen (no manual required). Cheers!
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LCD Sony TV - Skwiggly line
Hey there I think the problem is coming from your LCD chips not your bulb, the bulb has nothing to do with the color or skwiggly lines it just shoots out white light,your LCD chips are burnt and the problem will not stop by changing your light bulb you need to replace the OPTICAL BLOCK the skwiggly line will just get worst with time
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Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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