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My PT-43LC14 has a yellow tint on 3/4 of the bottom to top. the top 1/4 seems normal. I removed the bulb assembly and it looks OK. Any ideas. Is there anything I can doe myself. and if so what is the p/n I can buy?
I have the same problem with blue haze that just spread out on model 55VS69A ,
tv is almost 2 years old. i called hitachi and they advised to call a local repair center to check the tv...they confirmed Optical Block (light engine ) replacement light engine cost $1400 and labour $400, so i called back hitachi and they said they will provide light engine and will have to pay labour!....this is not right paying out of pocket for a tv less than 2 years old....I am not sure if the issue will resurface again...more likely ....Hitachi is supposed to issue a recall or atleast like sony did to cover all cost for there defective TV's....I will NEVER buy hitach again.
Not sure if this is the solution, but I believe the color polarizer filters have been burned. I have a yellow haze circle on mine and I'm pretty sure that's the problem. In my case the blue filter is burned, leaving the red and green stronger yeilding a yellow blur.
The blue filter is burnt out. A very common problem in Zenith DLPs.
There are 3 color filters, 1 blue (a pinkish color), 1 green (a grayish
brown) and 1 red (it is red) they give you your colors for you picture.
This is a simple fix.