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Problem when you turn it on,

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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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.

Good Luck!

michtech

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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