Question about Toshiba 42HPX95 42 in. Plasma Television
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
42 inch Toshiba DLP. Was watching a movie and the screen went dark. The red light started to flash and kept flashing. any ideas
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
I turned the 42HP95 TV off one night and it didn't come back on. Had the red LED flashing etc. Found the solution posted by CheapTech: http://www.fixya.com/support/t101749-tv_turned_itself_off_turn_back but didn't take it seriously because these things never work, others were mocking the answer blah blah. Well, just before kicking the damn thing to the curb, I grabbed a screwdriver, took off the back cover, unplugged the little do-hicky sugested in the Solution, and the idiot box came right back on. Go figure. Been working ever since. SO, you might want to try this before busting out the electrical schematics and dropping $$ on repair. Cheers.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
To answer your question;
The official release date was the 1of june 2009
And sometimes at the back you may even have the month that yours was manufactured.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
If you can get into the main menu go to load factory default and reboot, This will reload factory settings and this operation will erase all unwanted settings and load back to factory default. so you can load your own settings and take back control of your tv.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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