When you turn it on there's this sound and no video, just the audio, it takes a while for the video to come up and when the picture comes up the color comes back and forth and the noise continues and continues a buzzing sound.
P.S. The lamp was change but the problem persist..
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Re: Problem when you turn it on,
You have a bad color wheel motor. Its bearings are humming and the shifts in color are due to the speed of the motor changing. Obtaining a color wheel for these Toshiba DLPs is difficult. The manufacturer does not sell any of the most often needed components, color wheels, ballast boards separately form the light engine assembly resulting in a very expensive repair bill.
Call Toshiba. Maybe they'll have mercy on you and help with the cost of repairs.
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Try checking first the connection for the audio, then make sure the surround sound receviver is also connected properly and also turn everything OFF then turn back ON since you have a disruption just to refersh all devices and check it again if there will be sound already..
Based on what you described I would say your TV has the "shrinking and expanding" fault. Its a common problem on that model and the symptoms can range from the video shrinking and expanding or no video or no audio....You can read more about this fix on the site www.TvRepairKits.com
AV cables reversed perhaps. Sounds like VIDEO (Yellow, Green, Blue or Red) cable is plugged into the AUDIO section. Perhaps you have switched the RED (Left audio) cable plugged into the RED (Component) Video cables. This would account for the loud buzz and since the set isn't getting an image it goes into standby mode. Just a thought.
On the back of your box you should have Video and Audio output jacks. If you are using those now then you will have to go Best Buy ect.... and get ( 2 ) RCA Y adapters. ( single male, double female ) The single male will plug into the L audio out and the other single male into the R audio out. The cables that used to be in those will plug into 1 each of the female end. Now take your audio cables from you surround sound and plug them into the other female ends, then connect the cable to your surround sound Audio In and that's it. OH, don't do anything with the video cable.
If your not using the jacks on the back of the box then just plug your surround sound cables into the Left and Right audio Out of the box and your done. Don't forget, what ever station your watching on the box is what you'll hear from the surround snd.
I still am unclear as to your hook up but lets try this, if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the TV audio and video and a audio cord from the tv monitor out to an input on the reciever, this way you should hear the sound at the tv and reciever.
However if you have your DVD/VCR plugged into the reciever first audio and video connections made at the reciever you should just have a video cord fromthe monitor out of the reciever to the tv and your audio will come from the reciever
ok fist thing first do u have the mute on the tv set ? 2nd thing can u get audio out of the video and audio output jacks one way to find out is take the audio jack and run it to a stereo or your computer should have a audio input jack to see if any audio is coming out of the if circuit of the tv. if it is and u have sound thru the video and audio outputs then u may have blown the audio output ic in the set . please let me know how it whent marty
You stated you have no sound after turning the TV off, and had reset it & still no sound. Well you did the right thing, but are you using a cable or sat. box? If so did you reset those or make those 'boxes' volume's were not turned down.
After resetting the entire system and checking for volume levels it sounds like the LCD may have a defective A/V (audio/ video) board that is really easy to replace. 90% of your audio circuit is on that board.