Question about Toshiba 52HM95 52" HDTV Projection Television
I have a toshiba 52hm95 52in. it did get a great picture before i had to change the bulb now the picture is very inconsistant the dark scenes are very fuzzy and there is a bright shine on peaples faces i have turned down the contast and tried many diferent setings but nothing seems to put it back the way it was
Well I finally had the TV picked up by a Toshiba recommended repair place and they are saying that it is a bad Optical Block, also known as the Light Engine. Total for pick up, parts and repairs is $827.00. This seems ridiculous to me when brand new TVs are so much cheaper now. I don't think I will pay that much to have this one fixed.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
The problem is the color wheel. Poor design by Toshiba. Rear cooling fan brings in the dust and it sticks to the color wheel like a magnet. The housing is not air tight and dust collects on the wheel. Not an easy fix, but if your a little handy with electronics it's not hard. Unplug the power and remove the lamp. Shine a flashlight in the lens inside the TV. You will see the the color wheel. It should look faint in color but very clean and clear. If your set is a couple of years old it will have dust around the outer edge of the wheel. It's worth the time it takes to clean it. Takes about 2 hours. Remove the back panel, not the front. Remove the engine, remove cover and very carefully clean wheel with soft cloth. Your set will be like new again.
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
Hey all...just to let you know, I had noticed a post that said the individual prior to getting or ordering new parts, he took the tv apart from the back, and cleaned.
My husband spent the better part of the day, vacuuming out and blow drying on cool all the dust and such. after doing this the picture was worse, HOWEVER, we noticed the flashing was gone. SO, he took it apart again, and this time, very carefully took apart the compartment holding the color wheel. He took out the lens, cleaned it with a lens cleaner cloth. Took out the color wheel, very carefully cleaned the wheel, cleaned out the whole inside of that compartment, put it back together, and VOILA!!!!!!
BRAND NEW PICTURE EVEN BETTER THEN WHEN WE GOT IT.... no lies, no problems, it was extremely time consuming, but I ccan't describe the difference.....UNBELIEVEABLE and no spending a grand on a part.
Don't hold me responsible for any problems, but this just worked for us, and my tv is NO LONGER FLICKERING,, NO MORE LAVA LOOKING COLORS, NO SHADOWS.
JUST CRISP! WOO HOO, I DONT HAVE TO BUY A NEW TV... yet.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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