My DLP TV is having a problem with the picture display on half of the screen. There is an additional layer of color that is shifted off to the left an inch or so from the rest of the image. This problem persists when the input is coming in from any of the input options (Vid 1, Vid 2, etc...). I'm assuming it has something to do with the projector(s), but I do not know for sure, and am curious if anyone has an idea of what the cause may be.
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I don't know where you got the information that burning could not happen but that is completely wrong. If it is a monitor, tube tv, LCD/LED, DLP or any other kind of viewing device it can burn. With that out of the way if the lamp warning is coming on then it is time to replace it but your image problems are deeper than that. The screen appears to be separating. By that I mean there are three layers and sometimes more depending on the manufacturer that display color. Think of it like saran wrap laired on top of each other. As they get old or of poor quality they start to separate and show some pretty funky imaging. Without the TV in my shop I most certainly cannot 100 percent say for sure that this is it but I would strongly consider this as not fixable.
Hi, Mitsubishi WD-73286 is DLP tv that does not have any convergence circuit inside. Convergence is required in old model rear projection tv that has three basic colors picture tubes to generate color picture that projected on front screen of tv. DLP tv has light engine to generate picture, it is similar to multimedia projector that throws its picture on wall. Hope this info will help. Thanks.
This problems very common on DLP Tvs.This problems known as a convergence problems,it dead.Colors lines R,G,B mis alignment,have colors shadows or 3D pictures.The tv convergence board is dead.Require to be replaced on the tv convergence board 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors to solved the tv convergence board problems,to solved tv convergence picture problems.The shop,will cost about $300-350 for parts and labors.
U hear grinding noises,squiling noise,before colors fades in&out,turn to Black&White picture,than died?Yes,than ur DLP tv have a colors wheel,it defective,require replacing.The colors wheel is spinning off of it motor axis.The tv tech,should be hire for changing the tv colors wheel.
This is a DLP They have issues with the color wheel, the winding sound could be from this color wheel. If it stops spinning it will cause the tv to shut down. DLP is a mechanical display process. If you are handy and understand electronics you could replace this yourself. If not i would let a tech handle it.
the problem here is the crt cicuit unplug from the wall take off the back its the cicuit board thats pushed on to the tv screen pull it off. you will see R G B its the B one thats faulty it looks like a transistor. call an engeneer and he will put a new one in for you i hope this helps you???????
I have a Toshiba HD LCD tV, model 37AV50U. the screen is black. I still get audio and can change the channels but the screen stays black. It doesn't even show the menu box. Is this something I can fix myself?