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I have a samsung tv model #HL-R5667W. I have sat. and a ant. hookup. The sat. pic. was green and wavy but you can hear it. I could watch with the ant. and get a pic. but you could see green lines in the pic. I could put the tv on the ant. and switch to pic. in pic. and see the ant. and the sat. clear. I called samsung and they said the cables are bad. So I disconnected all the cables and reconnected them and it worked for 5 min. it had streaks at the bottom of the screen. So I unpluged the power to disconnect the cables and reconnected them and I turn the tv on and it will not show a pic. it will run for 2 or 3 min. and turn off. I've had a tv repairman look at it and said it needed a color wheel. I can see it in back that the lamp is on. Help Me.

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Does your tv make noise the bearing usually go out on those color wheel sets so do the lamps on that model if you are confident go for a repair at home here is a shortcut http://www.jangro.com/a/2006/07/24/samsung-dlp-replace-color-wheel/ if this is the year click the link above

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