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Toshiba 62hm15a I was told that i need a new light engine with color wheel and lamp or are the part comes all together.

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Shuttle83
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SOURCE: TOSHIBA 62HM15A NO PICTURE

Hello,

Have you tried checking the socket to make sure there is voltage present and that the contacts are making connection with the bulb. Sometimes melted plastic blocks the connectivity of the contacts of the bulb with the contacts of the socket. Use a voltmeter to check for the voltage on the socket contacts.

I hope this helps,

Shuttle83

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

charcois
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SOURCE: toshiba 62hm15a

honestly i dont have any idea about the t-chip but if this chip or repairing your tv cost you a lot then buy a new one. its better to have new than old ones. hope that helps!


CHARCOIS

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Toshiba 52HM95 Light Engine

I just had mine replaced and it's basically every moving part in the TV. That includes several fans, light engine, lens, etc all in one component. The person who replaced mine got it from a place that has a newly-engineered model that is supposed to last longer. I can tell you that my replacement is not looking as good as the original and I am currently unable to get it to start up any more. Good thing there is a 6 month warranty, but the labor is no refund.

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 62HM95 lamp will not work after color wheel motor replacement

I have the same tv 62HM95 can u tell me what is the color wheel

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: replaced lamp in toshiba 46hm84. still get

Hi,do you hear any strange noises? If you hear clicking or like wanting to turn on it could be the board that powers the lamp it's called the ballast.Here's the instructions to replace it :http://www.fixyourdlp.com/guides/samsung/bp47-00033a.php The ballast is the most common failure besides the lamp.The ballast is the one that displays the lamp indicator if it's not able to power bulb or if bulb is not responding.Have a blessed one!

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Toshiba 42hm66 and it needs a color

I don't think they sale the bare color wheel for this model you need to buy the light engine system

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Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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Toshiba model number 62HM95 62' makes grinding noise


SORRY, This is from the authorized Toshiba parts center:

"The color wheel, lamp fan, lamp fan holder are parts of the LIGHT ENGINE only." It means the wheel is not sold separately and there is not even listed in the breakdown for the set a part number.


A replacement light engine (optical light engine) retails for 456.00 list and is sold on an exchange basis only.


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Sounds like the lamp went out but I would not waste the money on the lamp because the color wheel is not available on this set you have to replace the light engine and with the lamp being most likely out and the light engine going bad you will be out a lot of money.

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The color wheel on this set is not available. First thing I would do is replace the lamp. MCM electronics has a Philips for $99.00. The hum could have been the lamp fan which is common on these sets. There is a kit from Hitachi the includes some rubber dampers. What I commonly see on these sets is when the lighr engine is going bad(this is where the color wheel is) the color gets a green,bue or yellow tint and trhe picture may get dim. its rare that the color wheel stops working on this model. Call adifferent tech for sevice. Anyone with experience on these sets will know whats up.

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First check your lamp and make sure its good, look at the glass in front of the lamp for cloudyness and or white spikes. Look at the base of the bulb in its housing if its buldging replace it. If new lamp does not repair then you may have to replace the Optics Engine. But check ur lamp first, Also when color wheels go bad they make a loud whining noise when they are going bad. The tech may of just wanted to replace your entire engine for more money knowing you may just need a new lamp, If you have had the tv for at least 2yrs without replacing the lamp, then its time for a new one..

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I bought a used 46hm95 but it had a greenish "band" that streched from the upper right corner to the lower left corner. It was only noticeable on a white or light colored background, which is why I overlooked it when I tested out the TV.

I took out the bulb and shined a flashlight into the color wheel. I could see a fingerprint smudge on it. I took off the lower rear plastic panel. the rear is split into two section (the light engine is on the right. You'll have to unscrew a metal guard (three scerws), then disconnect the wires coming from the left section, and then unscrew the plastic guard that protects the lens. Then unscrew the light engine (two screws) and slide it out carefully (you don't have to take it completely out, just far enough to reach the screws to the color wheel covers). There are two covers protecting the color wheel, one plastic and one metal. Unscrew the plastic cover first than the four screws to the metal cover. I left the color wheel in place while I cleaned it with a microfiber cloth. I did pull the glass square in front of the color wheel and wiped that down too.

I put everything back together, and now the picture is perfect.

Things to remember are:
*Keep track of the screws and where they belong, as you remove them so you'll remember where they go when it's time to put things back together.
*Mark the wire connectors from any wire you disconnect in case you forget where they go.
*Be gentle with the color wheel and the glass square because they are fragile.

Hope this helps.

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honestly i dont have any idea about the t-chip but if this chip or repairing your tv cost you a lot then buy a new one. its better to have new than old ones. hope that helps!


CHARCOIS

Sep 14, 2008 | Toshiba 62HM15 62" Television

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this is the worst investment I have ever mede after replacing the bulb for every six months the color wheel goes out and its 750 to repair
basically after the initial arm and a leg the TV came back for the other ones And the customer service from Toshiba is even wors than the TV I guarantee you will end up cursing at them before you hang up in there face after the smart *** remarks If you buy this TV your as stupid as I was
Toshiba is the worst brand to buy

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