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Re: no picture, blue screen only
It sounds like you have a lack of signal; 1. reset TV by unplugging TV & signal sources from wall for at least 5 minutes then plug back in, 2. Turn all eguipment on such as cable box, dvd & etc, then change the inputs from your TV's remote, if still no pix,only blue.
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The clown face you see is the cap that the repair man (clown) did not remove from the new optical block he/she installed. The optical Block will have to be either removed from the TV so that the cap can be removed OR a crafty individual could take the screws out from around the screen frame and mirror cover and pop it out using a broom handle with a wad of duck tape on the end. In any case, this is mistake that can easily happen (I have done it), but the picture should have been verified before it was returned to you. Make them fix it in your home. I hope this was helpful, best wishes.
Don't know if the DLP tvs have a Deguassing coil,inside it bazel frame.Take ur tv aparts check,see if u have big coil rapping with ectrical tapes fit inside ur bazel frame of ur tv.If yes,the componnents parts that make the coil work it dead.This coil demagnictize for the tv tube first turn.All regular small CRT tube tvs '30 inches and down have this dequassing coil inside it bazel frame.
It is most likely the tube going out. Find some one to replace the tube if the TV is fairly new other wise it is going to be a trend. One tube now and another.. and so on. Ride it out as long as you can then go for an upgrade
I need to know what color you got the circle in because one of your lamps went out and needs to be repaired this circle is only going to get bigger an bigger and shall i go on? Easy fix buy the new one and have it put in around $90 bucks plus labor.
You have a completely different problem. The screen voltage for the blue picture tube is slightly too high on your set. This will put fine lines in the background of the picture, called retrace lines. This is very common and easy to correct. Remove the front speaker cover and the access panel behind it. Look inside and you will see a black box with six controls, each control having a little white glue on it. This is the Focus/Screen block. Three controls are labeled Focus and three are labeled Screen. The screen control in the center is for green but I am not sure if the screen control on the left or right is for blue for your model. With the TV on, set it to VIDEO 1 but do not connect anything to the VIDEO 1 jacks. This will produce a pure dark picture, showing any faint lines in the background. Choose one of the screen controls and increase (turn clockwise) it slightly. If the blue lines do not get brighter it means you are turning the red screen control, so put it back where it was and choose the other screen control. When you find the blue screen control, decrease (turn counter-clockwise) it until just when the blue lines are gone. If you want you can check that the red and green screen controls are set to just below the point where their faint lines are visible. When done, replace the panels and your picture will be back to perfect.
What you may have is a magnetism problem. I would suggest that you try deguassing the CRTs first before looking into replacing the CRTs. You can have a TV technician perform this for about $50.00 - $60.00.