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I am having the same problem as mg2low. I changed the lamp, but my Sony KF60WE610 still will not turn on. It flashes green several times then it begins to flash red. Can you recommend some trouble-shooting for me? Thanks, Richard
Check the number of time it blinks. that is the error code and compare it with the problem listed in the owners manual. see www.fixurtvs.com. The code 32 means the color wheeel is getting stuck. You can try to clean it and put it back or look for a replacement. Repairs should cost you 350 to 450 at shop and 150-250 at home subject to the availability of parts. Cleaning it just a stop gap measure and not a lasting solution. dont worry if the wheel opens up into two with black dust inside. Just clean it put a drop of light machine oil like sewing machine and put it back. there will be hum but the wheel works for months and maybe a year. it varies from tv to tv and quality of your workmanship.
Hi - wanted to let you know that I have the same problem and I contacted Sharp (800) 237-4277. They offered me a prorated exchange. Select #1 prompt for Operations and then they will create a case number if you don't already have one and then send you over to the Disbatch Dept. They are picking up my 56" TV and are selling me a LC52"D65U for under $450 current retail value of the new TV $1900. Give them a call and see if they can work out a deal for you too. The whole transaction will take 7 - 10 days. Good Luck!
Ok, I just picked one of these babies up this past weekend. It was cheap, so I didn't bother with the research once i saw that it powered on and seemed to work.
It was sold very cheap because it was throwing codes, which the previous owner was told was a cooling fan. Due to my computer hardware experience, I decided to trace what the problem was. The 2 accessible fans were working flawlessly and silently, the 3rd fan (going to the input components) was stopped due to dust bunnies. A can of air and a complete cleanout solved all issues with the cooling fan codes. The loud annoying hum is the motor that turns the color wheel. Since I had everything out of the TV anyway, I decided to trace the sound which is actually behind the color wheel and sounds more like a bearing or mis-balance in the spinning motor. The color wheel itself is in perfect condition.
In the meantime....annoying hums are fixed simply by turning the volume on your tv or sound system up - it's barely noticable during normal operation and is only really annoying when initally turning it on.