Is this something a novice can do? Or is this better left for the pros?
I did do my own bulb replacement - piece of cake. Now my repair guy is suggesting that I need to replace this part.bp94-02084a
#1 - i don't want to shell out $600 for him to fix it.
#2- i am not crazy about paying $400 for the part, but if I can save on the labor, it would hurt less.
#3 - I am in the digital signage business and want to beat up my Samsung rep!!
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Re: Replacing the digital board: bp94-02084a
Actually replacing most modules in the DLP line are fairly straight forward and you could probably do it with some care and patience. But there are MANY screws and wiring that need to be removed before you get to the board and that can be overwhelming in itself... You just might be far better off to leave the Tv fixin to a tech - who would look pretty stupid trying to put a digital sign together.. :)
I just watched a tech replace my digital board (HLR5067) and it looked fairly simple - unscrew, remove old, replace with new using same connections. The only thing I did notice is that you will need a series of remote codes that he used to set the tv back up, get the display right-side-up, etc. All-in-all he was here about 10 minutes start to finish, and I think a screwdriver is about the only tool he used. Good luck!
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Re: Replacing the digital board: bp94-02084a
To replace the HDMI socket as you put it is simple yet the machine to do it cost $700.00 to thousands . Bench cost will be in the hundreds. plus solder with out lead and rosin flux . It is simple with the right tools.
My HDMI port has gone bad and the tech who came out and quoted $545 for just the board said it's very straight forward however impossible to just replace the HDMI port which actually i find hard to believe. I would think I could remove the board, take it in to a repair shot and let them solder the port on.
Does anyone have an opinion on that?
And does anyone know where to find a BP-02084A Replacement board?
There has to be shops parting this stuff out-Ebay's a no show.
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The most likely problem is the light bulb.
You will require replacing the lamp housing. It is a relatively simple task and should, as a novice, take you no longer than 15 minutes. An OEM bulb by Phillips will cost anywhere from $100 to $250. A generic bulb will cost around $30 to $50 and will work just as well. When purchasing the bulb be sure to buy one that has at least a 6 month 6000 hour warranty. Most of the bulbs come with a basic toolkit to facilitate easy installation. Good luck and happy viewing
this is due to dust buildup in light engine. you can replace it simply enough, comes out of the back. have to remove a couple of wire harnesses and a dvi cable that plugs into digital board on the left side. it's too complicated to repair for the novice.
It not the bulb,it still good.Ur tv have a problems known as convergence,"have colors shadows,colors misalinement,picture look like 3D" it dead.This convergence problems it happen to all DLP TVS sooner or later. The tv convergence board the 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors are dead.These parts in the convergence board must be change to fix this.The shop will cost u $300-350 for parts and labors.
I'm having the same problem as with most of the people....I went to
techlore.com and they pretty much pin pointed the problem and it in the
DM board and there are capacitors that needs replacing but its better
than replacing the bulb which it will cost ya around $ 200+....so if u
want to try it on ur own get this repair kit with capacitors included.....http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/product_info.php/pName/mitsubishi-v23-dm-repair-kit/cName/repair-kits Good Luck !!
You do have a failure in the convergence circuit of your set. If you are good at soldering you can replace the IC's yourself. They are on the large circuit board on the left side of the set looking from the back, and attached to a large aluminum heat sink. If you don't feel comfortable doing that, I reccomend removing the board and sending it to PTS corp in Indiana. They are pretty reasonable repairing boards, and a lot less than buying a new one.
hi. this will be an easy fix for you if you are a good solder. you will need to replace the convergence chip that is located on the PC board(main). this chip is damaged and it has failed due to this damage that has occurred. click below for your new convergence chip(stk).
First thing to check is the bulb. On the back of the set is a hatch with four black screws. There is a TT symbol on that hatch, open it and you'll see the black lamp housing over the ballast circuit board. Remove the silver screw on the left of the housing and pull the aparatus straight out. It may stick a little, don't be afraid to give it a tug or two. Check the bulb, the part of the filament that burns is inside the glass tube that is near the base of the bulb bowl. If it looks broken or burned. Replace the bulb. Ebay sells them for about $100 or less. I've never had a problem with OSRAM vs Phillps, so whichever. Phillips is better but OSRAM does work too.
Sometimes you buy the bulb with the housing sometimes not. Its pretty easy to replace the bulb. You-tube it. Reverse the dismantle and see if it comes on. If not, we move onto the color wheel and ballast. Email me if this doesn't fix your problem and I'll help you move onto the next step. firstname.lastname@example.org
do this. press and hold device and menu button on set for 5 seconds. this will retrieve a 2 digit error code .. the led will flash the first digit and pause the flash second digit. This unit is known to have capacitor problems on the power board. getting to these capacitors involves taking alot apart. let me know error codes and we can continue troubleshooting
You shouldnt touch a tv set unless you have the know how of all the HI VOLTAGE saftey issues, just to save a few bucks!! Please leave the repairs to HI voltage equipment to the pros??. after all would you let your friend operate on you otr a memeber of your Group?? Please let the pros handle any repair issues you have. GOOD LUCK