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Blue screen Bought the tv 2 years ago. Had the optical block changed when we had the yellow streak probem. I just changed the lamp 2 months ago. Stand-by green light flashes for a long time before the picture appears but with no audio. The entire picture is dark in shades of blue.

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I would suggest getting another optical block from the repair man. Apparently even some replacement blocks have had issues...


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