Question about Televison & Video
After rereading the symptoms you descibe what you describe might be a faulty colorwheel. When the set is first plug up there is a small mechanal motor that has to reach certain speed. if this does not reach that speed the set will not allow the lamp to fire. The whirring sound could be the colorwheel trying to spin up. these break all the time. (its a motor and anything that moves eventally will not.) it a fairly simple rep;air thatn most quilfied techs can repair. Such a repair generally should take more than a hour to do
Posted on May 29, 2011
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