Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry, but there is no cheap method of repair for this unless it is in warranty.
This TV will require replacement of the LCD Prism unit.
This Prism blocks and allows colors so that the 3 LCD images may be mixed to produce the final image you see on the screen. When this becomes damaged or defective, it leaks colors (light). This Color Leakage apears as spots on the screens.
Where you see the spots is where the specific spot on the prism that is leaking light, the specific color that is leaking also.
This parts cost alone is normally $500 to $1000 dollars but is usually replaced under warranty.
Posted on May 18, 2009
SOURCE: white and black spots on screen
Hi and welcome to fixya, it is the colour wheel problem,,,,,,,,,this is common problem please check it ...it may be also cathode ray tube... thank u.........
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Thats caused by a bad optical block. The cost of that repair will almost always be greater than replacing the TV.Thats a very common issue with alot of Sony DLP models which suffered that optical block issue with the blobs of color usually blue or green
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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