Question about Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV
I have a Samsung DLPTV and it was purchased 02/03/05. The TV was just shutting itself off from time to time. Next I would turn in on and the screen would look a bit ghosty. The display looked sort of grey and blue. I would turn it off and then back on again and it would return to the correct color display. Now the people are turning blue. Like bright blue and the normal blue features such as the guide channel are in burgendy. Actually it looks like the smurfs took over. I think it my be my lamp for I have had no service or replacements on the TV since I purchased it. Help!!!
Google your model number; I suspect it is a bad color wheel--lots of these sets have a fan like noise or even a grinding sound sometimes called a high pitched whine.
The part can be customer replaceable and YOUTube has actual video instructions for its replacement.
Let me know if you have questions as I am here to help.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
SOURCE: TV lost some of the colors
quick simple solution that might fix it. Completely unplug the tv from the electricity for about 30 seconds. Some times especially during brown outs or black outs, the processor gets scrambled and needs to be reset. This 30 seconds of no electricity usually allows the system to reset it self correctly.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: my Samsung TXS3082WH 30 inc
There have been a lot of problems with the Samsung sets, one dealer I know had so many complaints about the ones he sold he stopped selling them and switch to another brand and he has been trouble free ever since. To answer your question they have problems with the screens, color texture, lines, fade out to name a few, from what you have described you have at least two or three issues, considering the history I would replace it.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
SOURCE: Replaced lamp light in Samsung HLT4675XS/XAA 1 year ago. TV is now turning off. The lamp light looks colorful but not bright. The standby light stays on after turning off the TV. Lamp light blinks twi
I have a model close to yours & mine did the same thing. Its an easy fix the problem is its over heating. Unplug the tv take all the panels off the back of the tv and you will see lots of computer boards but look for one that has heat sinks and & small fan attached to it. Clean all the dust out in that area at the minimum but best to blow out all the dust on everything.
Make sure you are discharged cause if you spark any computer board it will be toast.
Posted on Feb 04, 2012
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