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Hi, You have helped us with this t.v. before. We have a 5 year old Sony Model KF-50WE610 S#9105478, mfd. Nov 2003 LA2. Per your instructions we replaced the Lamp Drive and the set worked for a week. Now we have a new problem. We get the sound but no picture. The screen is blue - (light from the lamp) but no images. The controls on the T.V. do not work either. The remote works the volume but not the power switch so we had to unplug it to turn off the light.

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  • skeener9143 Apr 21, 2009

    Just plugging it back in worked. Thank you very much.

  • skeener9143 Apr 21, 2009

    Thank you so much! I will keep you in my address book if I ever need any more help.

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Hi,
Let me know do you have picture in TV if you connect DVD Player or still same blue screen on all inputs?

Please unplug TV from AC outlet for 10-15 minutes and replug it in AC and turn it ON and check.

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