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Toshiba model #37HL67

My error... I was not at home when sending first description. This is NOT SAMSUNG. My screen is TOSHIBA model #37HL67. serial # AM3400002767. And that is from me being on site with screen. It is possible that we were told "lamp" not "bulb". Also, yes very dusty/leaky older house with construction going on next door and I would love it if a good vacuum was all it took.

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  • catwings Jul 08, 2008

    Last response said yellow led flash 3x normal as warm-up, but if you read further, I also say that the flashing yellow lights is ALL that happens. There is no click on of screen and corresponding green light...just yellow 3 blinks, then 6 seconds of dark then same 3 yellow repeated pattern untill I disconnect the power source. So this is definitely NOT NORMAL. I liked the idea from one of you guys that it could be dust... Can someone please elaborate? Can I just vacuum?

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You can use a vacuum, a can of compressed air is also my best friend in these situations, I also use a clean paintbrush to get the stuck on dust. If it's really bad you may have to get inside the TV to clean it.

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    Dean Joly Jul 09, 2008

    It's not a DLP it's an LCD so there is no lamp or fans, so dust is probably not your problem. I will research further and get back to you.

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    Dean Joly Jul 09, 2008

    Ok 3 blinks of the yellow LED is normal while the TV is powering up. This means that your TV is stuck in a perpetual loop to try to turn itself on. Unfortunately this means that there is most likely a board level problem in the TV. You should try to plug the TV in another room to rule out the outlet it's plugged into but that is unlikely the problem.



    If you want to attempt this yourself you would have to open the TV and get access to the boards. Then you will have to inspect the board for any burnt out parts. Look for bulging or leaking capacitors, they look like little batteries usually. These should be easy enough to replace and would cause your problem if they bulged or leaked. If you do find evidence of damage then it may be easier to try to source out the entire board to replace but I couldn't find a store online with them.



    You best bet is to bring it into a Toshiba authorized service centre for an estimate. Then weigh your options. If it's fairly expensive you may want to consider a new TV as the 37" and even 42 or 47" models have come down in price considerably. Let me suggest the Olevia 747i from Tigerdirect.com, it would be the best $1099 you ever spent.

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