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Replaced lamp when picture went out, Worked for 1 day great, next day turned on tv sound works, but picture is a rolling like green screen. I can see the program but just barely thru the rolling blur. What should I try next?

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On Left hand side of chassis look on power supply board for bad capacitors they will be swollen or puffed up on top.

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

  • kimberlyukc Aug 20, 2010

    not sure what power supply board is? I have green rolling tiles on the screen is the what they call the color wheel?

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    ladywinn Aug 20, 2010

    I own a samsung and most of the time when it is the color wheel ,Tv will have great picture but have whinning nosie in the sound,your problem could also be in the DM Module whichis the Big Metal box located in the Middle of Chassis Goolge to this website and tpye in your model number Encompass Parts Distrubtion 1-800-638-3328

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