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Toshiba 42HM 66 Green and Yellow light Flash and Tv want Start

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Most likely a defective digital module which is part of the light engine and cannot be bought separately. The average cost to replace the light engine assembly is around $800.00.

Posted on Apr 26, 2011

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56 in toshiba rear projection tv. When u turn it on the green light comes on and a yellow light flashes 15times followed by a click sound. No picture. What does this mean?


Try going to www.toshiba.com to research your problem and what the 15 flashes of the yellow light means. Try unplugging your TV from the wall for about 30 seconds and then plug it back in. This will re-boot your TV (like re-booting your computer). If still no picture, if could be your bulb, motherboard or color wheel.

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The yellow LED on my Toshiba 32CV510U flash all the time and TV won't turn on


check some leak or bulged capacitors at the power supply board then replace it.

Oct 02, 2012 | Toshiba 32CV510U LCD TV

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Have a toshiba theatrewide hd dlp. Replaced the lamp because the led indicators suggested to replace. Now the same thing occurs. TV trys to start up. the green light flashes repeatedly while the tv...


Most likely a defective digital module which is part of the light engine and cannot be bought separately. The average cost to replace the light engine assembly is around $800.00.

Apr 26, 2011 | Toshiba TheaterWide 52HM84 52" Rear...

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I have a toshiba 65hm167 no red color on the screen


Your TV is a DLP one lamp does it all, not like the old projection TVs with the Red, Green & Blue CRTs. Your TV may have a bad light engine or lose cable connections.

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Nov 08, 2009 | Toshiba 65HM167 65" Projection Television

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Picture loss after picture begins to flash. blue and yellow light


Most likely the lamp is dying. Try replacing the lamp before calling a repair tech. What does the Owners manual say about the blink lights?

Oct 01, 2009 | Toshiba 62HMX84 62" Rear Projection HDTV

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TV has sound but no picture


It is possible one of the internal fuses blew out.
It could be a bad horizontal outut transistor.
It could be a bad secondary of the power supply went bad
And many other things.
If it's just a fuse, it won't cost much, but a lot of them do not look like you would expect a fuse to look like.It might be a little yellow, green, or gray rectangualar box shaped part. :D

Dec 16, 2008 | Toshiba TheaterWide 52HM84 52" Rear...

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I have a toshiba tv model #35a44 @more frequently the menu for the tv comes up on the screen and won't go off


I have a toshiba 46HMp5 62HM95,52 toshiba tv. The blue light comes and then the yellow lights starts to flash and then nothing, and the lights go off. We have in the past had the part number 23311153A go out and we thought that was the problem this time so we ordered the buld and put in in and still nothing. Can you help

Aug 15, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Doesn't power on - Amber LED Blinking


Here's how I fixed mine...

Look inside the back of the TV just above the power cord - there are two small LEDs, one green and one yellow (no need to open the case - you can see them through the cooling slots). In my case, the green LED would light for a few moments after plugging the TV in, then the yellow one would light and stay lit.

Go to the Toshiba site and download the latest firmware upgrade.

Copy the firmward upgrade to a SD memory card using your PC (SDHC cards larger than 2GB don't appear to be supported by the TV, so use a smaller one). I copied *both* the zip file as downloaded from Toshiba, and the contents of the zip file. That is, I expanded the zip file and copied the contents to the SD card as well.

There's a metal cover over the SD card slot on the back of the TV. Remove it (a single screw)...at one point, Toshiba has directions on the firmware download web site.

Unplug the TV and insert the SD card. Plug in the TV again, and in my case, those little LEDs stayed green. I saw none of the instructions on the TV screen - rather I just let it sit for about 10 minutes, then I unplugged the TV, removed the SD card, and plugged the TV in again. Viola - the TV works.

I'm thinking perhaps Toshiba uses a type of memory that requires battery backup, and if the TV is unplugged for an extended period of time, it's necessary to re-flash it.

Jun 04, 2008 | Toshiba 26LV47 26 in. LCD TV/DVD Combo

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