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The cost of the screen, and the tools needed to make it work with your current TV would be more expensive than it would be buying another TV. Go find the gamer that caused the damage and get them to buy you a new TV.
I know the colors are all messed up.But the tv LCD screen panel light it is bright enough to see the screen picture,and the tv LCD screen panel are clear,no purples,reds marks or bruses to the tv LCD screen panel itself?Yes,to all of these.The tv can be fixed.The tv Tuner signal board,that the board where the incomming broadcasting signal wire plug into it.The tv Tuner signal board it is dying and the problems to causes this.U have some basic mechanicals skills like take things aparts and putting it back together again?Yes,tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole new refurbish tv Tuner signal board for the replacement.Will fixed this tv and get tv this to be working normal again.
Unfortunately your light engine(also know as optic block) may need to be replaced. If your tv is out of warranty, it will probably cost around $1000 to fix. There is a slim possibility that the optics lens could have dust on it and a tech could clean it for much less than that. This is a very common problem in any dlp tv and they are all expensive to fix. I've replaced several of them at our shop, but about half of the customers won't have the tv fixed and will get a new one. Good luck!
Um, sorry to say. you may have damaged the unit. Panasonic plasma televisions have a coating on the glass front to reduce infra red emissions and reduce reflections.The only thing you should clean them with is a damp cloth (water only). go to the local electronic shop and get a special cloth for cleaning flat panel displays and try that. if it doesn't come off with that, then it will need the front safety glass replaced.
The bulb isn't the problem. This is a HUGE manufacturer defect. Infact this problem was so bad that sony stopped making RP tv's all together. There was a class action law suit to force sony to fix this problem as it was a know defect. The action is now closed tho. If you still want to try and fix this ol' guy. You need to replace the optics block as a whole ($500+) The blue blob is caused by the refraction lenses comming delaminated from heat. There's no way to buy just the small lense without shilling out for the whole shebang. Do yourself a favor and see if you can sell it for parts and put the money toward a new (samsung) lcd.
After downloading their driver update, it fixed the problem along with a few other issues. You said SPOTS....not pixels.
Spots the size of a quarter are generally DUST that has gotten into the Light Engine and it's blocking the light off of the LCD panel.....
You need a TV Tech to Safely open up the unit and blow the dust off the optical path......the guy has got to have BIG 'Nads to do that, Because SOME units should just have the Optical Engine replaced, instead of opening them up to introduce MORE dust into a sealed engine.....
DON'T do this yourself, and remember THAT Big-Nad Tech is TRYING to save you money so you DON'T have to buy a NEW light engine anyways.....It's a Last-Ditch effort before spending $800 to $1000 for a Light Engine.....