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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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
If you have any of the following problems you may want to check the site www.tvrepairkits.com for a repair kit. Most of the issue below are fairly common with the older Magnavox projection sets.
Symptom: Screen shrinks and expands - may or may not correct itself after the TV warms up. After a few days, weeks, or months of having the shrinking/expanding problem you may loose all audio/video but the power light will remain lit!
(Note: The below symptoms typicaly occurs after having the expanding/shrinking screen problem above)
Symptom: No Audio or Video but power light is on
Symptom: Audio works but no Video. Power light still work
Symptom: No Video. Audio is intermittent. Power light still works
To turn on audio, go to the video setting. Hit the menu button. Hit ok to select the camera menu. Go down to the picture of the microphone and hit ok again. Select on and then hit ok again. Your sound should be set. Hit the menu button twice to get you back to taking videos.
After being on a little while, the screen goes black (no audio as well) for 20 to 30 seconds. Green light stays on. Then, picture comes back on and takes a couple of seconds to get up to full brightness. About 5 seconds or so after the video comes back, the audio returns.
Until this morning, has only happened a couple of times a day, now happening more often. About 3 times in last 20 minutes.
Is your picture somewhat weak ? This could be a problem with the picture tube . One thing you can try is to turn the screen control up just alittle at a time to see if the picture comes in . Once it does turn off and back on to see it it comes back on again . It might take 10 to 20 seconds but if it does your picture tube is weak . The control is on the flyback transformer it is the bottom control . Or it may be on the crt board on the picture tube . One thing to check once the picture comes is the video input . If you go to this mode and see faint white lines might want to try to turn the control down a little more to see if you can get them out and the picture stays on , if not thats how going to have to watch it . These picture tubes are expensive $500.00 to 700.00 depending on which one you have . One possible other thing if you tell me the picture was a great picture almost like brand new check the horizontal section for a loose connection as this will cause this problem . Don't get shocked and be carefull , Good luck