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Lace pattern on screen

Lace pattern covers 1/8th of screen. Remains constant.

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Re: Lace pattern on screen

This sounds like what Sony refers to as "road mapping" and is caused by a bad lcd panel in the optical block. If this in fact is the case then it would be cheaper to buy a new tv. Sorry for the bad news. Opticla blocks run from $600 and up depending on the model. Of couse without actually seeing what you are describing I am speculating. You may want to have a Sony ASC look at the tv to verify this. Hope this helps you out.

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I have a viore 50 in TV and the pic goes out then the set lights blink constantly

Is there a blinking pattern??
like 5 blinks, then 3 blinks??
Count the blinks. If there is a pattern, make note of it. Like 5 then 3, would mean the code is 5-3...Or does it just blinks. In any case contact the Tech support. They should be able to tell you the problem. Good luck

Nov 12, 2013 | Projection Televisions

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Screen went blank while still on. unplugged power cord and when I plugged it back in the power on light went green. Problem remains


Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this issue.

Verify that the AC power cord is connected securely to a working wall outlet.
Unplug the power cord of the television from the AC outlet.
Let the television remain without power for 1 minute.
Plug the power cord back into the AC outlet.
Attempt to turn on the television.

If the issue is still unresolved after completing all of the troubleshooting steps, service will be required.
Make a note of the STANDBY or TIMER flash pattern when referring the television to service.

Aug 13, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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Tv problems

Check the error can get a list of them from - look on their tips page. If its a 2-2 error code or if its flashing a 2-2 blink pattern then your convergence has gone out in most cases. If it just blinks constantly - with no real pattern - then its likely the well known blinking light of death issue - bad capacitors. You can get fixes for both at the above site.

Mar 08, 2012 | Mitsubishi Projection Televisions

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I have a Mitsubishi 52628 that has a strange pattern on the left side of the screen.

I had this strange occurance too. It appeared right after I connected the antenna wire so I changed to another style input and got the full screen shot. i did not investagate the input on the tv further as I had other connections i was able to use. I hope that helps with yours.

Jan 31, 2012 | Mitsubishi WD-52628 52" Projection HDTV

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Spider webs behind screen

Pardon me but do you mean the screen has spider web looking patterns all over it? Or are you saying that spiders have crawled into your set and spun webs to catch flies?

If you have a spider web pattern problem then something has impacted your television screen and it is broken. You can check and see if your homeowner's insurance covers this, contact a service provider to see if they want to buy the television for its parts, and contact Mitsubishi to see if they offer a discount or pro rated rate on a new or refurbished television for when things like this happen.

If the problem is that you have spiders in your television I do not recommend vacuuming it out. I have seen people's televisions go out after they attempt to remove dust and webs that way. In this instance I also recommend contacting a servicer and the manufacturer.

Jan 28, 2011 | Toshiba 57HX83 57" Rear Projection...

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Have a blue tint or hue on the screen of my Hitachi 50vs69 television. The tint does not cover the whole screen just an irregular pattern near the middle vertical axis of the screen.

The Optical Block is causing this. Due to the cost of replacing I would call Hitachi at 1800-448-2244 and see if they would be will to help you with the cost.
Hope this helps,

Jul 17, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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Poor pictre quality

This set has 3 CRT's (picture tubes)
Remove the back bottom cover
Clean the CRT's with windex and a soft cloth.
(Find the Screen/Focus block)----Remove front grill cover and panel which covers the Screen/focus block.
Cover 2 crt's and adjust the focus control for remaining crt---(using the convergence pattern in the menu for the set)
adjust for the best focus.
cover that crt and move on to the next crt using the same procedure.
After setting the focus on all 3 tube's you will have the best focus possible for this set. If picture is still bad, you have bad crt's and the set is junk.
Cost to replace the CRT's is enormous!

May 08, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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TV has sound no picture, Sony Videoscope xbr

Please post both the exact model number (on the back) and the blink count. The standby light should be blinking a repeated pattern. That info will indicate the problem circuit and allow us to provide you with the proper parts/steps to resolve this.


Feb 10, 2009 | Sony KP-53XBR45 53" Rear Projection...

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Screen and volume problem

Hello, the problem regarding horizontal blue line can be around vertical output stage with IC(LA78045). Please check for cold soldering, resolder the suspected solderings. Best regards.

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