Question about Hitachi 43UWX10B 43" Rear Projection Television
About a week ago I noticed that the picture would go to brown tones and then fade to no picture, after the TV had been on for about 30 minutes. Then, all failed - i.e., I still have power, but have no picture and no sound. Help!
There are numerous problems that can make this TV set to be dead. The most common is the coolant fluid between the picture tubes and the lens leaks out onto the boards below the picture tubes. You can verify this by looking at the boards. you will see a small puddle of oiley liquid or an indication of moisture damage. If that is not the case. You can get the service manual and look up the trouble shooting flow chart that Hitachi puts into their service manuals. I happen to have a copy I could share with you if you wish. You will of course need to know what to look for and understand how these solid state circuits work inside of this TV set. If you do not understand about this TV set's circuits, play it safe and call in a pro to assist you with this repair, as this is not a place to be experimenting around inside of. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
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