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No picture I have a Toshiba plasma tv model 42HP66. While watching it the picture went out, I can hear the audio and there is a faint "ghost" picture. Please help Matt

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  • majabs Dec 30, 2008

    Your lamp is out you need to buy an new one its easy to replace by following your manual.



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  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    Watching my Toshiba 42HP66 plasma, when I heard a 'click', then picture went black. Sound worked for a while, now sound is just occasional. Picture still black.

    Help

    Hank

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    when you turn the tv on there is 2 really fast clicks and green power light comes on but no picture, when shutting tv off there is just 1 click and red standby light is on,

  • gabby_rios09 Feb 18, 2009

    i have the same problem.but were exactly is this lamp located at? will i be able to to fix it by myself?

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You have a bad Y sustain or bad Z sustain! End of story! Please feel free to give me a call if you would like more info!

I'll help u fix your TV!

Ask for Dave @ 1-503-432-9904 or message me @ pleasefixitdave@yahoo.com

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I had the same problem. I had the unit repaired for about $600. It seems that the air flow volocity is not strong enough to keep the dust from collecting on the circuit boards creating hot spots. The technician cleaned and checked all of the components as well as increased the fan speed. One of the modules (boards) had failed (T-75003031). So far it is functioning as normal, but I've only had it a week. The parts were purchased through PacParts, Inc (www.pacparts.com)

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