Question about Sony Grand WEGA KDF55E2000 55" Projection HDTV
There are three fans in the tv, the one most likely causing your problem is located on top of the light engine, above and to the back of where the bulb sets. This will get clogged with dust and stop rotating, but the other two could also be an issue, in any case it will require removal of the light engine to get to two of them. Removing the light engine can be involved, the cables especially the LVDS cable connected the light engine to the Q box can be quite fragile to remove and if it is broken will require replacement and this cable is expensive.
In this tv it is not just replacing the fans, you need to get all the dust out of the unit to prevent it from clogging again. You need to do this without blowing dust into the light engine. If dust get’s into the light engine you will get red, yellow, pink colored patches on the screen, and unfortunately you cannot get into the light engine without damaging it. The light engine is about 1000.00 to replace.
My recommendation is to get a pro to fix it, the cost should not be that expensive the fans are relatively cheap as far as tv parts go. The labor should not be more than 2 hours at most.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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