Question about Zenith D52WLCD 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I recently replaced the projection lamp on my 52" rear projection TV and there is an irritating blue "spot" in the center of the screen. Before the lamp went out the TV worked perfectly. Now it seems that the blue "spot" is becoming blue "spots". I tried adjusting everything, but it's not working. I wore latex gloves when I replaced the bulb and vacuumed out all the dust around the lamp cavity. Thanks.
I suggest u retrace you the steps u took to replace your lamp make sure no foriegn objects got on the prism where the light shines throung the optics engine, if you remove the lamp compartment througly. If you had a perfect picture prior to replacing the lamp, then retracing your steps you might find something that does not belone. One final note: Did you purchase the right lamp 120watts anything higher than this wattage could damage your optics engine. I suggest never vacuuming the compartment because particals fly around from the suction and could get on the glass of the color wheel asembly.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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