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hi,hoping that the cable connections are right(check the cable connections once again).....
Sounds like you may have a problem with the video driver boards? I would call up the store where you bought it and ask for a new set or service on this one.
More than likely this is a bad display (lcd screen) the drivers in the lcd display have some problem......
the tv is just a month old so you are still under the warranty period.......
just contact the sony outluet where you purchased or the manufacturer for servicing of tv
Most TVs have a 1 year warranty. You will need to check the exact purchase date if you are near the one-year date. If you are still covered by that one year warranty contact Sanyo promptly. The number to call is 1-800-877-5032; you will need to have the model number and serial number for your TV to get warranty service.
The one year warranty exists on the FVM5082 and the DP50747.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (if you purchased an extended warranty, consult your paperwork for that service.)
Your TV needs the modified temp sensor installed by Mits authorized service center. It's covered under extended warranty for 3 years after date of purchase. Repair takes about 20 minutes and not too expensive if you're out of warranty period. Part #299P313010A
All DLP TVS are lemons really.Most the Convergence ICS,they use on the board held the picture together will alway die about 1 year or 1 1/2 year all way need it replace.The bulb have life spans but never reaches alway dies before than.
know this isn't what you want to hear, but the problem you've
described can't be fixed with troubleshooting.
will have to be repaired. There is a part that has developed a defect
and needs to be replaced. If you're still in warranty, the TV will be
repaired at no charge to you. The warranty would likely be at least
one year from the date of purchase from the manufacturer. If you
purchased an extended service
they will repair the TV at no charge as well.
If the TV is no
longer in warranty, it will likely cost a minimum of $150 parts and
labor. This is assuming that you only need one circuit
or small part. If the problem is more than one of the circuit boards,
the price of repair could go much higher.
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The clear bulb located back left side needed to be replaced. Too much heat causes the bulb to burn out. Simple fix. One screw to open door to bulb compartment. Two screws to remove bulb assembly. Thank goodness for extended service warranty which paid for it. This is the second one in three years. At the price of $200 for bulb and $100 for trip and labor, this is not an inexpensive fix. Anyone purchasing a projection tv should get an extended warranty.
To find out if you purchased an extended warranty, contact Westinghouse at (866) 287-5555. They may also be able to provide support for the problem you are reporting.
Keep in mind that retailers also offer extended warranties or service plans. If Westinghouse advises you that you did not purchase an extended warranty, check with the retailer from whom you made the purchase to see if you may have purchased a plan from the retailer.
It's a sign of a failing capacitor or transistor. It is not user serviceable part. The problem is intermitent but will exhibit itself after the unit has been on for sometime. Warranty of these units are usually 90 days labor and 1-year parts. On a sale, a 13" TV can be bought under $75. May not be worth repairing especially when a service facility charges diagnosis fee to open and zero in on the problem.
On your next TV purchase, you may want to register it here at fixya and avail of their extended warranty.
The PDP (plasma) panel has gone bad and need to be replaced. This is not a user serviceable part and cost about 1/3 of buying a new unit plus the cost of labor for a two-man job. I would hope that this unit was purchased less than 1 year as warranty for parts and labor is 1 year. If not I do hope you purchased an extended warranty or paid it with a MasterCard (some MC card provider extends the warranty by another year). Cost of repair for flat screen TVs are high so it really a wise investment to purchase extended warranty. Fixya offers extended warranty on your future electronics purchase. Hope this helps.