Toshiba blinking lamp light 16times
follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
Rear-Projection TVs have a lamp, which picks up the picture and projects it
on the TV screen. A burned-out or connected lamps are two of the most common
problems for Rear-Projection TVs. First, you will want to confirm the bulb is
still good. If the bulb is bad then then replace it immediately. Second consult
your user manual and verify the lamp and lamp cover are installed properly.
Most Rear-Projection TVs have warning light which notify you when there are
lamp problems. Again consult the user's manual to see what each light means.
Temperature is a common reason why many Rear-projection TVs do not
perform well when they get to hot. You may start to see your TV shutting down
automatically when it overheats. Here are a couple of things you can do to
prevent overheating. First make certain any TV ventilation ports are free and
clear of debris and dust. Second make sure the TV has enough room for
airflow. Third, the temperature in the room should be around 72 degrees. Due to
the high degree of heat generated by a rear-projection TVs, it is not advisable
to watch TV on a hot days when you don't run the air condition. This could
cause damage to your TV.
Reset component settings. Usually, the problems you
encounter with a projection TV may be resolved through the resetting to its
factory settings. If you experience inaccuracies in the color, reset the
television's PerfectTint/PerfectColor capabilities. Simply press the Menu tab
and then highlight "Perfect Color" using your right key arrow. After this,
press "Enter" and then "Reset" in order to reset to factory settings. If you
have audio / video problems (VCR or DVD player), simply press "Menu" and
highlight the "Reset" option.
Jul 31, 2013 |
Toshiba 62HM95 62" HDTV