I have had my television for two years although it has only been used for 6 months. it went out last year and i have had two tv repair places come check it out but they have no idea what is wrong with the unit. can you help me because i'm tired of seeing it my dining area, just sitting there when i can't find any repair place to fix it and spending more money for repair places. chris
You have to go behind the tv.. check if the lamp is on, or just for a while after try to turn on by remote control.. If you see the lamp on make sure that you can see the fan running... if the fan it's not running that mind one of the reason that the tv shutdowm soon... (unplug the tv)wait for one hour and try to move the fan with air (air duster can) .. you need some Technical knowledge to be careful with lamp, It's posible the fan is not good or stock.
( The lamp it's sensitive to change of temperature, some
fingerprints oil can reduce the life of it.) If the lamp never go on .. It's shoudl be blow or damage.. them you will need a tech to remplace
have had this problem several times i think this is a manufactures default. i am in the proccess of contacting the manufacture email me we can talk email@example.com please let anyone else who is having this problem contact me as well.
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All DLP TVS are lemons really.Most the Convergence ICS,they use on the board held the picture together will alway die about 1 year or 1 1/2 year all way need it replace.The bulb have life spans but never reaches alway dies before than.
It sounds like the Power transistor that drives the High Voltage Transformer shorted out. The rapid clicking sound you are hearing when pressing the power button now is that of the power supply starting to come up, detecting a short circuit and shutting back off again, preventing further damage. It is likely that the HV Transformer is shorted as well which usually causes the Output transistor to fail. Since the set is only 2 1/2 years old, it is probably worthwhile getting it to a repair shop as long as you have been very satisfied with the picture quality up to this point. If the picture size was larger than you needed, you might consider going down to a 37" LCD HDTV set. Toshiba is tops in this category IMHO.