Hi, I saw that you had your color wheel replaced. When you had it replaced, what all did they have to do? Did they have to change any CCA settings on the TV? I have the CCA settings that came with my new color wheel but have been hesitant to mess with any of them yet. Did he have to pull out a jumper? If so, what exactly does it look like? I'm not seeing it on mine.
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Be sure to label your wirers when disconnecting, it really is easy to change out the color wheel,thats what I had to do to mine another expert on FY did post How to replace Color Wheel see if you can find it they did an excellent job on that Post.Color wheel is located in front of the Lamp, Pull lamp out and use a flash light you will see it. You will also have to pull the chassis out good enough to be albe to reach color wheel .Good Luck with your Repair.
Hi,it's possible they gave you a different color wheel,there's a silver version and a gold version they spin at different speed,so mostlikely they gace you the wrong version check what this website says about the 2 versions : http://www.discount-merchant.com/product-p/samsung_bp96-00674a_colorwheel.htm God bless you ask for a refund.
When you replace the color wheel on certain models you must remove a jumper plug on the DMD board. There is a service bulletin that is usually included with factory replacement color wheels. If the color wheel has a whine to it that means it is probably used and came out of someone else's set. Anyhow the plug can be accessed as I recall without removing the shield of the DMD board. I know this because my first one of those gave me grief, too. Samsung changed wheels on different versions of the same model tv so it gets confusing. You should be ok though after adding/removing the two pin plastic jumper from the DMD board. The only other thing I saw cause a green picture eas the plug that goes from the DMD to the digital board can develop bad connections and can be replaced with a regular DVI type cable. Hope this helps, Russmann.
You probably replaced a bearing colorwheel, and it was replaced with a bearingless. If you look inside the TV on the back of the light engine (the silver box in front of and to the left of the color wheel), there should be a jumper (that connects two wires coming out) toward the bottom of it in a recessed little hole. That jumper should be removed if the color wheel was replaced with the air bearing type. Just grasp it gently with a pair of needle nose pliers, and pull it out slowly.
This should restore a normal color operation, but there might be some other adjustments that need to be made if it doesn't clear it up completely.
REMOVE ALL SCREWS AROUND SCREEN AND REMOVE SCREEN. REMOVE 2 SCREWS HOLDING PLASTIC PIECE IN MIDDLE. GENTLY SLIDE OFF CIRCUIT BOARD (JUST GLUED FROM THE BACK). REMOVE PLASTIC PIECE TO EXPOSE OPTICAL CHASSIS. REMOVE THE LAST REMAINING SCREW FOR LIGHT FIXTURE. REMOVE 3 SCREWS HOLDNIN COLOR WHEEL. REMOVE RIBBON PLUGS AND REERSE THE PROCESS TO INSTALL. JERRY.(ROCKMANJV@COX.NET. LET ME KNOW HOW HAT GOES. i'M WAITING ON THE PART RIGHT NOW. WHERE DID YOU FIND YOUR PART? THEY ALL TELL ME THE PART IS ON BACKORDER. SEE YA!
as a technician i dont feel the color wheel is a difficult repair. HOWEVER ..color wheel relacement means sometimes depending on model removal of light engine. which means you can get into alignment issues. then once the color wheel is replaced then it too has to be alligned.