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Bule clouds only when the red color is in the pic.

I was told that it is the part that the lamp shines onto that would need to be replaced. How much the cost I do not know. Now my screen is not as bright as it was two years ago. It could one in the same issue.

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You can go to The Partstore, and type in your model# and make. This should tell you how much the part is.

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My tv screen when on turns yellow then after a while it will switch back to normal colors what can be wrong with it....


Televisions covered: all Projection with yellow picture, but not Projection TVs with a yellowish tint surrounding objects in a nearly normal picture.

Yellow = red + green
normal picture = red + blue + green (RGB). See illustration.

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Fig. 1 Additive color mixing in an RGB monitor, or RGB Projection TV.

The circuitry powering your blue output, or the blue light engine itself is starting to fail.

Operating Theory:

The lamp module shines a bright light into the optical unit; there are a series of lens and baffles, and at the top of the light engine, a lens puts the picture into a mirror which is reflected onto the screen; All video and color is processed thru the light engine. Blue most commonly fails first, leaving a yellow picture.

Dec 26, 2011 | Mitsubishi WS-55805 55" Rear Projection...

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Green screen


inside the light engine there is a red a green and a blue glass color filter.The heat from the lamp causes the color to burn off the glass.You need new filters .One is red one is blue and one is green.The lcd itself doesnt make the color,it is a black and white device.The colr comes from light shining through colored glass

Nov 11, 2009 | Hitachi 42V715 Rear Projection Television

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There are color spots all over screen-pt-61lcx35


This, sadly is getting to be a very common problem with all Projection LCD TV's
Colored Blotches on an LCD Projection TV are usually caused by defects or marks on filters or lenses or one of the LCD panels themselves which are all located in the light engine (or optical block) First confirm that the lamp or main lens is not discolored by removing the lamp (unplug set and let cool before removing!) and inspecting the lamp itself and the lens that it shine onto. The light engine is an expensive part ($600-$1200) to replace and requires major disassembly. Get an estimate -Be sure to vote/rate me if this helped Thanks!

Nov 06, 2009 | Panasonic PT-52LCX65 44" HDTV

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No display on screen


It's either the backlight lamp or screen inverter is busted. Here's how to determine which is which:
  1. Grab a flashlight.
  2. Boot up.
  3. Shine the flashlight onto the screen.
  4. If you cannot see any display even a faint one, the screen inverter is dead, else the backlight lamps are busted.
  5. Replace which ever is the culprit.

Sep 25, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Splochy green spots on screen


Colored Blotches on an LCD Projection TV are usually caused by defects or marks on filters or lenses in the light engine (or optical block) First confirm that the lamp or main lens is not discolored by removing the lamp (unplug set and let cool before removing!) and inspecting the lamp itself and the lens that it shine onto. The light engine is an expensive part ($600-$1200) to replace and requires major disassembly.

Sep 20, 2009 | Hitachi 42V710 42" Rear Projection HDTV

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Three inch red dot appears on my Panasonic tv screen. It is an LCD. Can it be fixed? What do you think it is? The dot shows up mostly on the light scenes.


Colored Blotches on an LCD Projection TV are usually caused by defects or marks on filters or lenses in the light engine (or optical block) First confirm that the lamp or main lens is not discolored by removing the lamp (unplug set and let cool before removing!) and inspecting the lamp itself and the lens that it shine onto. The light engine is an expensive part ($600-$1200) to replace and requires major disassembly.

Sep 20, 2009 | Panasonic PT-61LCX65 61" Rear Projection...

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I turn tv on...green light comes on but i get no picture or audio....then light indicator blinks red


Hello!
Lamp or ballast(if lamp has been replaced) is bad.
Explanation: green comes on: system works, waiting for light to shine into light engine: no light is coming out of lamp, system shuts down, then you see red! how to determine: pull the lamp out of the unit's compartment. Inspect lamp: bloated stem? shuttered? reflector is not shiny? Chuck it!
Lamp looks good or just been replaced: try ballast. Close lamp compartment without lamp itself. Make sure, door is shut, as well. Turn unit on and listen close to lamp compartment: good ballast will make a buzzing noise, then stop. You've got "red'! No buzzing: ballast quit. Needs major repair! Lamp must be good, for sure, to get to the last part of diagnostics. Conclusion: more, than 2000 hours of usage: replace lamp first!
Good luck,
Alex.

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Using filters on Fuji 9500


the red filter was not for having the camera in color mode, if you try switching it to black and white, then it will darken the sky and make clouds stand out, or in color mode if you are in a room with blueish lighting, the red filter can be used to adjust for that, but that can be adjusted by changing the white balance

Apr 12, 2009 | Fuji FinePix S9500 Zoom Digital Camera

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No pic...humming noice on 62'' toshiba dlp


was the lamp blown if it was blown you could be hearing the ballast
if the lamp was not blown and the new one did not fix it the red light indicates the door there is a little switch when you put the door back on if you look at it it may need to be adjusted so it will connect with the door if that is not it you could have a fan that is not turn if it is making a real loud constant humming noise while it trying to fire the lamp you probably have a bad color wheel

Nov 19, 2008 | Toshiba 62HM95 62" HDTV

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No Picture


Did you have color problems in past? Most of these sets have convergence problems. Amps goes out. But you should have seen some type of distortion from color, red,blue, green. If no color problems then maybe vertical ouput out or horizontal output bad.

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