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Lamps how much do the lamp cost for toshiba 42h81

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I don't know where you get your info, but each CRT (not lamp) will run over $230. It is no t likely that the CRTs require replacement. What is the fundamental problem you are having?

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1 lamo is 60 dollars all 3 will be 156 or so its like a package deal

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Poor picture quality,after power failure


You have a dying projector lamp. Have it replaced and the picture quality will be good as new.

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It distorts at tedge of picture anoying


The lenses from the optic engine of this tv are made out of plastic - in time, due to the heat generated by the lamp, they warp, producing distortions in the image. This is a very expensive repair, over $500 for a complete new optical engine, way too much in my opinion for such an old machine. 
Keep using it as is while you save money for a new one then junk it.

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When my TV is turned on it takes about 10 min to see a clear picture. What is the necessary repair?


time for a new lamp. call around for the best price. thats what i had to do. cost me 240 bucks for one. but fixed my tv. working great.

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Red lamp is out of Focus and the red is curved on the bottom left hand side of the screen. Auto Focus shows error. What could cause this to happen.


Ur convergence is dead.Must know how to solders?Must change ICS and all it resistors in the convergence board.Tries Tv repair World.com,Tvrepairkits.com for the convergence kit.The shop will cost u $300 parts and labors.

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The problem most likely is with either the lamp ballast or the light engine. The lamp ballast is the part that provides voltage to the lamp unit and is usually not all that expensive a part. The repair cost from a service shop can be about $300 or more. If you are handy, you can replace it yourself. Check out www.thepartstore.com for the ballast.

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Lamp


in every rear projection tvs there should be 3 lamps u have to take the front screen off and wen putting a new lamp in touch it with a soft lint cloth

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I am having the same problem with my red lamp. i get an error on the touch focus and I cannot manually converge the red lamp.
let me know if you find out a way to fix the problem

chad

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