Question about Sony Grand WEGA KDF-42WE655 42" Rear Projection HDTV
My Sony has a problem with screens that are mostly white (such as the Wii eMail menu, or commercials that start all white). It's quite bizzar but when thre is a lot of white the screen blacks out momentarily then cycles back on. It doesn't always cycle out for the same time but average recover is <2 seconds. The lamp is not going off as when it goes black there's still the screen glow.
First I have a question for for you...Does it happen on all channels???I'm asking you this because if its not on all channels the problem may not be the tv set but the station that you are watching.The reason is that they have to transmit signal 1Vpp max and if its higher for some reason it makes interference with sound which your tv see as a mistake and protect circuit turn off LCD inside.The other thing is that your lamp time is over and you have to replace it because it can't provide enough light anymore and when "white" scene is on the screen the high voltage unit try to heat gas in the lamp but can't and protect is working again
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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