I have Zenith D.V.D V.C. R. Recorders The v.c.r. is working the D.V.D. I put Memorex D.V.D read no D.V.D i put Sony D.V.D REAd no D.V.D i like why no working The model no XBR 716 120-60 hz 24w Service no X br716 Ul File no E 225515
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Hi Thanks for using FixYa. Usually
this happens when the Light Engine has gone bad, and I should say this is a
common issue with Projection TVs. There are three tubes/mini LCDs inside your
TV- green/yellow, blue and red. When the set heats up over time of usage the
screens tend to break resulting in leaking color everywhere. The cost to get
this fixed by a professional should be around $300 depending on the parts that
needs to be replaced. Please do accept the
solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
the light polarizer on the blue lcd panel is fried due to excesive dust and heat, and therefore need to be replaced. unfortunately, zenith may not sell individual parts of the optical engine, so you'll have to replace the whole optical engine.
there are so many technologies for the projection tv's ever one has their own caracteristic faults with out you mention the technoligy used on your tv will be deficult to help you but assuming is a lcd projection you must have a problem with the optical block the repair will be expesive if you do not have a manufactuer warranty for it
This actually prabably being caused by a fungus in the tubes. This model is knowen for fungus to grow in the tubes and cause a pink or red tint. If you are interested in reparing this yourself you will need to change the coolant in the tubes. I have a PDF file that will instruct you on how to complete this. If you have a repairman do this for you you will most likly pay $300-$400 to have this fixed.
Let me know what way you want to go.
Try resetting the TV by unplugging from wall outlet for 3 to5 minutes then plug back in. If no fixya take front grill off and panel and adjust the screen controls, turn color off adjust for Black & White Picture. Good Luck, big IRISH.
I would guess that the light engine is not aligned right with the chassis. You will probably have to get into the menus and reset the bulb timer setting to get rid of the replace bulb light. A common problem with these sets is a clogged lint screen causing the set to overheat and shut off after a period of time.