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colour wheel needs new replacement its worn out cos its a moving/spinning part hence not synchronizing with the digital dmd board u may have to replace the whole light engine unit cos colour wheel comes inbuilt the light engine u will need a tech to replace
There might be a troubleshooting page in the manual. If you need one (no charge) here is the link (or you can copy and paste in your browser) www.manualowl.comI know this must be frustrating, so I certainly hope this info helps.Jimmy
this worked for me what i did is: turn on projector then undo the light panel when its on the projector then will cut off, now the light panel pushes down on the hidden safety switch take a screw driver and push down on the switch, the projector will turn on then wait for about 8 sec then release the projector will turn off, repeat step several times until the light flickers, then do a couple more times and the light should come on and should stay steady turn off and let cool for 10 min, this worked for me hope it works for you!
same problem , goes in to safety mode to prevent any more damage to the set. tech was able to get a picture colours all over the place replaced conversion parts on board went fine for 2 weeks then the same would not turn on , came on by its self colours all over the place smelt burning . back to square one.
Tech arrives again today doesn't look good this a $8500 tv
4 years ago and i'll have to pay the tip fee.
Samsung 165cm rear projection tv.good luck