My TV is shaky/blurry with a bit of a squeaky sound. And when I first turn it on the whole screen doesn't come on. The screen is in the middle of the TV for awhile.
The red light also came on today and it wouldn't turn on at all. It took a couple of times to turn on.
What can I do?
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Re: TV picture shakey/blurry
The Pioneer PRO-100 is a rear projection 51 inch TV of 1000 lines resolution. I do not know enough about the type of projection to answer this question. They use Liquid Crystal Display panels through which a powerful light shines, or Texas DLP micro-mirrors which reflect the light.
As the deflection is digital in nature it does not `die' like a C R Tubed television.
Are you saying now it won't come on at all, and shows the red light?
I can only think it is like a projector and has fans to cool the lamp.
To start with the fan may get squeaky due to a dry bearing (common problem). Eventually the fan will stop or not supply enough air and the lamp will overheat and burn out. They cost 250£ to 450£ to replace.(UHP mercury vapour lamps)
In your TV it seems that something in the optics has bad distortion and de-focussing due to the overheated lamp. This could be much more expensive to put right.
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It sound like you have a leaky capacitor in your power supply, or video circuit, that is causing noise in the picture. I would have to refer you to a television technician in your area. This would seem like a simple repair. Leaky capacitors can become stable after they warm up.
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most likley your problems are on the hyper board in the set
it will sorta dance at the top and be shaking back and forth at a fast rate
it would require the hyper board being repaired or exchanged
you would most likley wont to locate a professional in your area to assist with this repair
average repair is 280 to 320 in my area
I would check the power supply and the tuner section. This sounds like the low voltage powers supply is going bad or that the tuner section might be going bad. Does the picture fade to snow? Also I would suggest that you let a TV Technician take a look at the TV to determine what is happening. Most likely it is the power supply.