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Display problems When I power up, the screen is flickering with different horizontal shades of blue. This happens no matter which devices, if any, are attached to the unit. There is also an error message about checking RGB connection. Does this sound like a lamp replacement problem, or something different?

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  • SteveAZ26 May 11, 2008

    I think I have the same problem. It's a big square area with flickering shades of blue & green regardless of device. If I leave it on it indicates no signal.

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Sounds like bad 1000uf capacitors on the FMT board there are 3 100ufs on that board that can cause that symptom

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