Question about Samsung HLN4365W 43" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
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Have you removed the back of the set and cleaned the fans every 6 months. It is a projector that depends on two computer fans to keep the lamp and the DMD control module within proper temperature limits. If those fans get dirty and slow down or stop, bad things happen. All it takes is a screwdriver and the brushy atttachment to your vac hose.
Now this happend, because a bad soldering connections in that module. Lines will come on and off. Probably 1 day will stay on. For last 2-3 years im seen that only on hlm and hln series. Probably
happens on other models. but, i never seen that. Is not that hard to replace that module. You have to remove 2 screws from left side and 1 screw from bottom righ side of module and 4 of them
from around dlp unit unpulag all cables ( i think 3 cables ) that it. Same way install new one in.
but you will need to adjust a module position to get picture to fill whole screen.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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