My TV is less than 1 years old, and today I turned it on and can tell there is a slight stroble light affect. The picture is perfect, however the screen goes slightly lighter then darker rapidly the whole time its on.
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I have a DLP Samsung 61 inch. It has verticial curved wave lines, these lines seem to move. like it's not on the station good. (These lines are not black, but almost white in color.) All my other TV's in the same house, using the same sat. dish have good pictures. Could you tell me my problem and what part to look for. Thanks
We have had the same problem with our 42" Samsung DLP - only two years old! We searched all over the internet for a list of ways to fix it. I found several things can help, including a switch that pops to the wrong position, cleaning the fan, etc. I put all the information together in a how-to format because it was so frustrating to go all over the internet looking for ideas on how to fix it.
Did the technician replace the thermal sensors too? I think there are a few, one is in the color wheel cover. I'd suspect that it could take 40 min. to heat a faulty sensor to the trip point, and that this could make the TV turn the lamp off.
Power issues (Tv not turning on) were typically due to faulty ballast.
While the TV reports a bad lamp it is the ballast itself causing the
issue. Samsung is well aware and will replace both the ballast and the
lamp (since the lamp can be prematurely aged but the bad ballast).
After replacment most people stop having issues.