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TV wont stay on

Hitachi 60 inch rear projection purchased in 1995 will not turn on but can hear clicking like it trys to turn on also has small blue & yellow dots in center of tv please help been watching 19 inch tv and cant see good.............

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  • jeffv Apr 06, 2008

    I have a 55vs69a lcd rear projection tv which has a giant blue patch in the screen about 12-15" wide about mid way running from top to bottom. Tv is not but about 15 months old. What is the problem

  • what_svt Sep 10, 2008

    tv wont turn on but makes a clicking sound like it is turning on

  • gordonraliso Jan 15, 2009

    HAVE HITACHI 50UX27K REAR PROJECTION TV HEAR THE CLICK WONT COME ON ALSO LITTLE RED LIGHT ON FRONT ISNT LIT?

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Sounds like a short somewhere in there. I see old pre-HD big screen sets going for well under $200 on my local craigslist, so look there for a good replacement, because the repair will cost more.

Or fork over about $500 for a good used HD projection set.

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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SOURCE: 60.5 inch ultravision rear projection tv - circa 1999-2000

If you provide model number I can suggest correct remote control to buy.

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The best thing to do is to call Hitachi and see if they would be able to help with the cost of the repairs because it will be expensive.
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I have a very similar issue. Problem seems to go away after the TV has been on a bit and warms up. Did you find a solution for this? Thanks.

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