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This tv have a colors wheel.Have loud squiling noises,motor noises,humming noises and pictures flicker black and white.The colors wheel is dead.The colors wheel require changing.Hire a tv Tech. for this job.Changing the colors wheel is difficult,require take out alot of mechanicals,before even can change the colors wheel.

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Change color wheel part number bp96-00674a order from hbf electronics 215-338-1100 tell em ethan gave you the number i just they have a few more in stock

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Hi. The most common cause for this is the color wheel. Replacing it requires removal of the engine/optical block. I'm not sure of your level of expertise but if you want to give it a try go to this website: http://www.jangro.com/electronics/samsung-dlp-replace-color-wheel/ It'll give you some idea of what you're up against. It is similar to what you'll have to do but I don't think your chassis is exactly the same as this one so some things will look different inside.

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