Question about Toshiba TheaterWide 52HM84 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I HAVE A TOSHIBA MODEL# 52HMX84 AND MY WIFE TRY TO HOOK UP THE DVD PLAYER AND NOW EVERY TIME I TURN IT ON GREEN LIGHT COME ON AND THE FAN COME ON THEN SHUT IT SELF OFF
PLEASE HELP WHAT DO I NEED TO REPLACE
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Hello Mr. Bond.
I believe that you have a rear projection TV where the light from
a powerful halogen light bulb is focused onto a micro-prism
viewing screen through a Liquid Crystal Video Chip.
The light-bulbs have a finite life, degrade with time and eventually
burn out. It is likely that you have a burned out light bulb.
Replacement light bulbs range from about $150 to $250 from
the dealer, depending on the exact model.
The bulbs are somewhat cheaper by mail order from the Internet,
if you can wait that long. Also, some bulbs are available without
the integral mounting bracket, further reducing the cost, but
skilled hands and careful handling is required.
Never touch the glass of a TV light bulb with your bare fingers.
The bulb runs very hot, and residual sweat from your fingers
may cause th bulb to crack and explode.
(use gentle white cloth gloves when handling the new bulb.
I believe that bulb just burned out on its own, and this has
nothing to do with your attempt to connect a DVD player.
On my TV (Sony 60"), a flashing green light indicates a
normal power-up/ bulb warm-up cycle. If the bulb fails to
respond, the TV will detect a bad bulb and shut off again.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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