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Blue screen? I have a 60" grand wega rear projection tv that has now a bluing screen. its on there all the time I watch tv gaming or movies what is the problem, bear in mind that I replaced the lamp this summer with a oem sony unit and now having problems with the screen having a blue blob on the screen conrad

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Re: blue screen?

This symptom is not related directly to the lamp.It looks dat the IC STK need to replaced.I think this must be remady of ur problem.

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