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This is not a light engine problem as stated above. It is an expensive repair. $650 to $1000 for the part depending on the model of your TV plus $300 for labor. The problem with blue haze is well known on all Sony LCD TV's made after 2003. The part that is defective is called the "Optical Block". I have the same problem on my TV that started yesterday. Here's the link to repair it yourself. Best advice, junk the TV and buy another. Not worth doing a $1200 repair on a unit that costs the same as a brand new one these days.
Hope this helps. Remember, this repair is time consuming and complex. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
U fix the convergence prob. for this tv before?This tv is a DLP right? Ur light engine need adjusting.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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