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Hello, I'm sorry to tell you that that set has a bad optical assembly. The blue part has gone bad and cause's either a yellowing of the screen or blue spotting or both. You can purchase a new lcd tv cheaper than you can repair that one. Do not replace the lamp, it's not what's wrong with it, and you'll just waist your money. thanks, Terry
This one is easy. WHen this happened to me, I simply called GE extended warranty service up and bought an extended warranty. I waited 30 days and called them up with my problem. A repair man showed up a few days later with the 1200 dollar light engine and installed it and left. Then I called GE up and cancelled the warranty. Total cost?: 48 bucks
I finally emailed Hitachi about the blue haze and since my televison is only 16 months old they agreed to pay for the part (they didn't say what part) and I will have to pay the service charge. The repairman is coming out on 2 Apr 08. I will post results after that.