If the adjustments on the power board are correct and if you are not at high altitude, the plasma display panel is defective. If the set is off warranty, it is not cost effective to replace the display panel. If it is off warranty, you should give the manufacturers Customer Relations a call. The phone number is usually right on the back of the tv. The manufacturer of the tv might make a warranty concession if they are concerned about their brand reputation. Some manufacturers find it less expensive to just switch brand names rather than make good on defective products. If all else fails, you might get some money back by selling the circuit boards on eBay.
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Resolution is 1080P (1920x1080). It is 3D ready, and has very good reviews from owners regarding picture quality and overall value. One limitation you will encounter, is that it is more difficult to see the screen from the side, than it is with LCD or plasma. Also, due to lamp warmup times, it takes longer for the TV to turn on. However, you will save a lot of money by purchasing a DLP versus LCD/LED/plasma.
Sound's like your tv just died on you. It will probably cost more to fix it then to replace it.
Buzzing is a common defect among plasma TVs regardless of brand. The buzzing you are hearing is probably a sign of a defective board or power supply or something similar. Either way, you'll need to fix it or get a new television set.
I know plasma television's are cheaper for larger sized sets but I never recommend plasma's to any of my customer's unless they are buying it for a large sized darker room (such as an in-house theater)
If you want a good, bright, clear picture I would stick with an LCD. If you want a higher end you could go with an LED. They both offer less glare than the plasma plus they are better to use with HD devices such as blu-rays & viideo game systems.
Color wheel is bad call Encompass Parts or visit their website and if they dont have one in stock at least you will know what your Part number is ! then you can Look it up on E-Bay I have found parts there cheaper 1-800-638-3328 or try UED 1-800-648-6657
that is because plasma tvs have a limit on there screen life and if all is done all day for months and months was watching tv ,playing games then you will need a new tv plasmas **** you can get same quality out of a lcd flat panel and three time the screen life or you could spend anthor grand and have the solution replace and maybe the that part of the control board went out and you will spending about half of what you paid for it to fix thats why i have two lcds have not had one problem with them one 32 for my computer and a 42 for me to watch tv ov on play games with and both the same brand and i paid 1200 for both brand new
The TVs produce picture using entirely different methods. Usually the colors and especially level of black color are better on plasma, LCD will have some trouble various shades of gray and black especially shading on peoples faces etc.. This is not a defect in the LCD just a limitation in current technology.
not true about the 200 hour thing, and the pic qualith can be a couple of things, if you have a cable box, it can be caused by a week signal, or a loose connection, if the cable is just going from the wall to the tv, you may want to reprogram the chanels