Question about Hitachi 50V500 50 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
There is one of two things to cause this. Either the Optical Block is bad or you will have to call a Factory Repair Facility out to reinitialize Data in the Service Mode. Regardless of which one it is you will need to call a repairman to verify. Hitachi will not give you the Procedure because you can corrupt
Data in the wrong registry and that could be real bad. If it is the Optical Block, It is not worth investing the money it the repair unless Hitachi helps with the cost.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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A discolored screen, such as pink in your case, implies either:
1.) The motherboard and/or video processor of the TV has malfunctioned.
2.) Your input device is rendering the pink screen, such as a video game console for example.
If you determine that your input is not the reason for the pink screen then you need to contact Samsung for a warranty replacement.
Samsung offers a 1 year / 12 month standard warranty, and some of higher model TV's have a 3yr / 36 month warranty.
You can find out your warranty information by going to http://www.samsung.com/us/support/#
Also if you have purchased the TV in the last 30 days you can purchase a Squaretrade warranty which will refund the price of the television if they can not fix it. www.squaretrade.com
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