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In need to open the lightning mcqueen 13 inch tv to plug in cord

I dont know how to take the wheels off to get to the last screws

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There are five plastic nuts on each wheel. three of these nuts have screws under them. i took some small pliers apllied slight pressure and wiggled the black plastic nuts off. be careful while doing this because you can break the clips on the nuts. Wont create a problem but if your careful enough the plastic nuts will come off without breaking anything. i just thought i would mention that. After you get the wheels off there will be about 6 more screws to remove 4 black screws and 2 silver screws. Good luck!

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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How do i replace tv bulb? Too dim.


Unplug everything from the back and there are several screws around the outside edge of the back. Take them out and take off the back. You should clean the whole thing out while you are in there. Use a vacuum cleaner. You should be able to see the bulb and it comes out when you remove a screw that hold it in. Just put in the new one. You might want to know that it could be something other than the bulb though. The bulb uses a ballast to run it. There is also a color wheel in it.

Mar 21, 2013 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Repair job continued


7. Locate the color wheel cover. It’s got a small green circuit board on top of it with a black/blue wires connected to it. Remove that plug. Also, and this is the trickiest part, remove the two cables coming from the color wheel. One is a copper-colored ribbon cable. That will just slide out easily. The other is a cable with two white and one blue wire. This one is tricky to remove, so you’ll need to ease it out. I pried it out with a jeweler’s screwdriver. DO NOT just pull on the wires.
Note: A reader made the following excellent suggestion to avoid breaking the white connector on the end of the blue/white/white wire:
Having replaced quite a few of these colorwheels as a Samsung service tech, I have found that you do not have to remove the blue/white wire from the DMD board (avoiding the risk of damage to the optical engine) There is enough slack in the wire to route it around the cover when removing it. You can then unplug the wire from the old colorwheel and plug it in the new one (the plastic tab will break off the old connector when you go to remove it,but it will still fit snugly on the new colorwheel) Using this method I have had no problems reusing the old connecting cable
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Color wheel cover view from top-down. This part has three screws and slides straight up.
color-wheel-wires.jpg 8. Unscrew the color wheel cover. There are three screws holding it in place. One to the rear of the set, and two in front. The one to the rear is tucked way in, so I just unscrewed them and carefully left them in place and pulled them out with the cover. Slide the cover straight up, exposing the color wheel. As you do, note where the color wheel wires go — out the gap in the front.
cover-removal.jpg 9. Remove the bad color wheel. The color wheel is held in place with three screws. Remove the screws and the color wheel. The color wheel may be stuck in place with the foam tape, but that’ll give with a small tug. To remove the wheel cleanly, I lifted the front edge and slid it toward the front.
color-wheel.jpg 10. Insert the new colorwheel. It can be tricky to do this without touching the wheel, or bumping the wheel into the case. (This is where you need the nerves of steel). Once you get the proper angle, it will slide into place. Don’t force it — remember, this thing needs to spin at 9000 RPM, it’s probably pretty sensitive. At first, I tried to put it in place with the screws already in the holes. This didn’t allow me to slide it in properly. Lesson learned: put it in without the screws and then hold the screws in place with tweezers, if necessary.
11. Put the color wheel cover back on with the wires out the space facing the front of the case. Make sure the wires reach their destinations, and screw in the cover. Three screws. Attach the three connectors. The metal contacts on the ribbon cable face the rear.
12. Put all the guts back in place. Slide the center unit back in. Without touching the projector lens, open up the slice in the foam so it wraps around the projector lens, and slide it in the rest of the way. The center unit can only go in on it’s track, so again, don’t force anything. Connect the two wires you removed on the left side. They should only go in one way. Did I mention don’t force anything? Screw the sensor switch onto the bracket on the right.
13. Put the power cable in it’s slot. Just the way you noted on the way out.
14. Slide the left PC board and panel back in place. There are two screws that hold it in place that you screw in now, the rest hold on the access panel.
15. Put the projector lamp back in place and screw it into place. I forgot to do this both times.
16. Put the access panel back on and screw it in (14 screws)
17. Plug in the television, say a prayer, and turn it on.

on Mar 30, 2008 | Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV

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Purchase a Color Wheel & The Repair Job


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The Repair Job
Requirements:
  • Philips screwdriver, not too small and at least 5 inches long. There’s one screw that’s a reach.
  • Tiny (jewler’s) screwdriver. You may not need this. I needed it to get a connector off.
  • Tweezers. I needed them to get to a few screws in tight places.
  • Compressed air. I didn’t have this, but I wish I did. It’s dusty in there.
  • Pen and paper. I took copious notes. If you do anything that I don’t talk about here, you should write it down. I carefully documented every cable that I unplugged and every part I removed. Thank God I did that.
  • 1-2 hours (first time I did this, it took 90 minutes. Second time 60 minutes, with photography)
  • Nerves of steel and air conditioning. Don’t drip sweat into your television.
Notes:
  • In this document, left and right are “stage-left” and “stage-right”, or the left and right sides of the set as you look at the back, facing your sofa.
  • Almost all of the screws are identical. You can safely keep them all in the same cup, or pile on the table, or carpet, or wherever you store the screws.
  • Don’t touch anything that looks like light will shine through it, like the projector lens or the colorwheel itself.
  • DON’T rely on this document entirely. Pay close attention and take notes or digital pictures.
  • If you were just watching your TV, your projector lamp will be HOT. Let it cool down.
1. Remove the back panel from the television set. The panel runs the entire width of the bottom rear of the set. There’s no need to remove the access panel for the lamp. That’ll come off with the panel. There are 14 screws.
samsung-2.jpg 2. Remove the projector lamp. This may be unnecessary, but (a) it let’s you see your target (the color wheel) and (b) it just seems like the safe thing to do. It’s easy. Just unscrew the two brass screws holding it in. It’s on the right side of the TV. The screws won’t come out, just pull them out with the whole unit by pulling on the handle and sliding it straight out. Carefully store it somewhere safe.
lamp.jpg lamp-removed.jpg 3. Remove the panel on the left side by removing two screws holding it in place. Carefully slide it and the attached PC board out a few inches until cables stop you. You won’t actually need to remove any cables from this board to get at the color wheel. (Of course I removed most of them the first time.)
left-panel.jpg left-panel-out.jpg 4. Carefully note how the power cable is positioned in the set, and the route it takes out the back. Once you have done that, pull the power cord out of it’s notch in the bottom of the case. It’s blocking the next part that has to slide out.
power-cable.jpg 5. Remove the center panel. Remove the two screws in the bottom that have larger heads than the rest. You don’t need to take off the regular sized screws that fasten the back panel to the base. They’ll all slide out together. Remove the top two screws that hold the panel to the plastic case.
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Center panel. The two screws on the bottom have larger heads than the rest. Remember that these go here. There are two more screws on the bottom that hold the vertical panel to the base. No need to remove them. If you do, things get a bit floppy.
6. Slide out the center unit slowly, just a few inches and take a peek inside as you do. It’s a snug fit, so you’ll need to ease out both the top and bottom at the same time. Some things to notice as you do this. Look at how the projector lens is fitted inside a foam sheath. You’ll need to put that back later, so take a good look.
projector-lens.jpg There are a few cables on the left side restricting it. You’ll need to unplug these:
  • blue/brown two-wire power cable. You’ll need to unplug this from the main set.
  • blue/white cable connecting to the left side. Squeeze the plug to unlatch it and remove it from the center unit that you’re removing.
  • Sensor switch on the right side. Unscrew this from the tv case bracket.
center-cables.jpg
This arrow is pointing to two of the cables. Follow the brown/blue one to the other end to unplug it. Right behind this arrow is the white connector for the white/blue cable.
sensor-switch.jpg
Here’s one of the screws that are different. Remember to use the smaller brass screw here later.
Now you can slide the center panel and all the parts behind it out of the television. If you didn’t remove any cables on the left panel, you’ll have to swing everything over to the left to clear the television.
open-tv.jpg Note: Steps 7-9 are removing the bad color wheel. I suggest doing these steps carefully, as if you were going to need to use this color wheel again. You never know if you may need to reverse what you’ve done.


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on Mar 30, 2008 | Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV

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Lightning mcqueen tv will come on for a few seconds, then shut off?


Likely a bad connection in the set, considering a 13 inch it may cost more to fix than to just buy another set. Most of these 13 inch sets are not very well made to begin with.

Dec 23, 2012 | Disney Lightning McQueen TV

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My lightning McQueen tv wont change channells


1= test the selector, and clean it and repair or replace it if is mechanical or digital
2= tuner dirty, and clean it or replace.
3= see if the cable coming from the antenna or cable is loose or broken, or terminal damaged. and repair or replace.
see the diagram for tracking the signal
God bless you
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Jul 13, 2012 | Disney Lightning McQueen TV

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I am writing beacuase the Lightning McQueen Television I bought my son stopped working. Is there someone that is dealing with this specific problem, I have been looking online about this same problem and...


No,these tvs are spacially made for the Disney Corporation for awhile.The tvs are not in the market anymore.The tvs are in cheaply prices poorly made is was a fad,so no recall.Most of these tv used last like 2 or 3 years,than have problem or completely dead not worth the priced go get it fixed.

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How do I change the color wheel on my samsung HL-P5663W. I have already removed the lamp and loosened screws for the lamp housing. Doesn't seem to want to come apart. Am I on the right track?


Samsung's digital light projection (DLP) televisions use a spinning color wheel to create the colors that are seen on the screen. If the color wheel becomes misaligned during use, it will become damaged and have to be replaced. Replacing the color wheel on a Samsung DLP television can be done at home, once a compatible-sized color wheel has been bought from a TV supply store.Replacing the color wheel yourself will void any Samsung warranty that might be in place, but is the only solution for getting the TV working again in as short a time as possible.
Put on the anti-static grounding strap to keep static electricity from damaging the internal components of the Samsung DLP TV. Turn the Samsung around so that the back is facing you. Make sure the Samsung is unplugged from the AC socket.
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Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove all of the screws from the back panel. Put the screws aside. Pull off the back panel.
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Loosen the two screws from each side of the projection bulb's case. Pull the projection bulb out. Put the projection bulb aside. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the two screws from the left side panel. Pull the side panel and the circuit board attached to it out carefully and put it down so that the cables attached to it have not been pulled out.
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Take a picture of the power cable's position with the digital camera so that you can put it back correctly later. Pull the power cable out from inside of the Samsung's case so that the center panel is free to be pulled out. Remove the two large headed screws from the center panel with the Phillips screwdriver. Remove the top two screws holding the panel to the plastic case using the Phillips screwdriver.
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Slowly slide the center unit out a few inches. Take a picture of the projector lens' positioning with the digital camera so that you can put it back correctly later. Unplug the two cables from the left side of the center panel. Unscrew the sensor switch using the Phillips screwdriver. Slide the center panel completely out of the Samsung and put it down on the clean cloth. Blow off the color wheel assembly with the compressed air.
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Use the tweezers to remove the green plug from the top of the color wheel cover. Use the tweezers to remove the two cables at the side that are coming from the color wheel. Use the Phillips jeweler's screwdriver to remove the screws from the top, front and back of the color wheel cover. Slide the color wheel cover straight up to expose the color wheel.
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Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the three screws holding the color wheel to the color wheel assembly. Lift the color wheel up and out of the color wheel assembly and discard it.
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Position the replacement color wheel in the color wheel assembly. Reassemble the color wheel and reassemble the color wheel assembly. Put the color wheel assembly back into position in the rear of the Samsung DLP TV. Reassemble the Samsung DLP TV. Plug the Samsung DLP TV back in for power. Turn the Samsung on and enjoy seeing the colors displayed properly again now that you have replaced the color wheel.

Jul 10, 2009 | Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV

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TV won't stay on


Hello Fonzell!
Regarding the tv turning, my question is, do you hear a clicking sound? if so, it's most probable tio be your ballast, that might not have enough voltage to keep on with your lamp, and that's why it shuts off.
You could try replacing it and seeing if it resolves your issue, I believe they're running around 70 dlls..
have a great one ! :)

Apr 21, 2009 | Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV

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