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I get green and white stripes on all inputs but one of my Component imputs from my DVD. I'm also not getting a signal from my new HD DVR and am having problems trying to download the firmware to upgrade so it is compatable with the new DVR.

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Hello

disconnect the TV from wall socket and remain it in this condition for one minute. The switch it ON and ckeck.

Reset your Tv to its factory settings. To reset it do the following.

To return to the factory settings, select "Reset" by pressing Up/Down arrow button.

Press 'Enter' button . All previously adjusted settigs will go to its original settings

Stripes and lines on the screen you described here, can be caused due to the trouble of the DLP chip also. Try these first, and inform me the result. Check whether can you do reset the set porperly. If trouble is with DLP or its drive chip, you cannot do the work by yoursef, as it need sophisticated testing equipments, like oscilloscope, signal generator, colour scanner and more experience and knoledge about the working of DLP chip. Eventhough it ahs an area of onse square inch, it contains millions of tiny electrostaticaly controlled mirrors, and needs very caucios in handleing the device too.

Check these i mentioned above first, and inform me by Fixya.

OK.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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