My Zenith occassionally turns on (after green blinking light for 10 secs), but there's just a white/grey haze light. No picture. I replaced the lamp and that did not do anything. I can't hear any significant buzz. Also, unrelated (I think) the remotes don't turn on the tv.
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Yes,it will resolved ur tv picture issues.This tv the projection lamp has not been replaced at least 1 1/2 or 2 years right?The tv on an in used at 4 or 5 hours a day right? The projection lamp life span are over.Sometimes the Ballast board have to be replaced too.This Ballat board it to help to ignite the projection lamp.
Go to the Zenith repair site. This has been resolved in a lawsuit. Zenith will fix it free of charge through 7/1/2010. The shop just picked my up to replace the light engine free of charge. Call 1-800-228-1757, have your model number and serial number, and where you purchased it. Here's the neat thing-the question I asked is "have they fixed the problem with the light engine, or is it going to keep going bad?" If happens again (blue lines/spots) before 7/1/2010, they'll replace the TV with a new and different TV of equal value!
Sounds like your TV has a convergence problem. If you order KIT 10 from B&D ENTERPRISES at 1-800-458-6053 The KIT will include all parts neede and layout of part value & locations on simple paper lay out diagram. Or call FACTORY SERVICE;
Good Luck, big IRISH. PS or get from HIT Part X480293: kit.
The blue filter is burnt out. A very common problem in Zenith DLPs. There are 3 color filters, 1 blue (a pinkish color), 1 green (a grayish brown) and 1 red (it is red) they give you your colors for you picture. This is a simple fix.
The blue filter is burnt out. A very common problem in Zenith DLPs.
There are 3 color filters, 1 blue (a pinkish color), 1 green (a grayish
brown) and 1 red (it is red) they give you your colors for you picture.
This is a simple fix.
The green dot in the center sounds like a burn mark on one or more of the picture tubes inside the set, and the curved lines are telling me that you have a problem in the convergence circuits. The blue haze around everything white tells me you either have a lot of dust build up on the lens over the CRTs, or your picture tube(s) are very weak. If this set is over about 12 years old, I would replace it. I doubt if you will be able to get the green dot out of the picture without changing the tubes which would be VERY expensive.