After the tv warms up it starts flashing the lighter colors on the screen, now it does within 20 minutes of being on. Bulb was replaced last year along with the color wheel, any ideas ? thank you for you help it seems other on your siter are having the same problem
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Check ur owner manual or call Philip support Tech. ask it this tv model have a colors wheel design into it tv.Not sure for a Philip model tv 50" DLP tv,but the Samsung model 50" DLP tv this problems alway causes by a dying colors wheel that design into it tv.Which the colors wheel it is warp worn out and spinning off of it motor mount axis to cause grinding noises and tv colors to mess up and flashes or have flashes Black & White within it picture.
Yes,the tv have a colors wheel and it is the cause of these problems.Humming noises,motor noises,picture flashes black&white or colors pictures within the pictures.The colors wheel,is dying or already dead.Hire a tv tech. replaced the colors wheel,will solved ur tv problems.
I have the HLM-5065W DLP TV. Replaced lamp 1 year ago. It attemps to start 3 times before shutting down. then all light are flashing. I hear an electrical sparking and I see the bulb flicker but that it. Did the bulb go out again? IF so why so soon. If not what is the problem??
I am currently having the same problem. It started they way you are discribing, but now the TV will do that after the TV has been on for 20min and then will shut off within 30min. Then all the lights up front flash. I have replaced the bulb and that was not the problem. I also NEED HELP! Occasionally the picture on my TV will be inverted and sort of "dance" back and forth on the screen.
The color wheel is the most common problem when it comes to noise from DLP's.
To determine if it is a color wheel or fan:
Turn on the set.
When the noise starts, turn off the set. If the noise goes away within 5 seconds, then the color wheel is bad. If the noise goes away after one to one and a half minutes after the set was shut off, then one of the fans are making the noise.