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Toshiba 65H82 problems with screen when using dvd or vcr

Hello Josh, I have a neighbor that has a Toshiba 65H82 TV and he indicated that when using his DVD or VCR his screen goes crazy. Does not get a clear picture, moves from right to left but not at the same time. He even bought a new home theater system and used the front plugs for the video and still received the same un-focused screen. So it does not seem to matter what input plugs he uses, rear or front as they both have the same problem. I took the back of his TV apart, made sure his connections, boards and plugs were clean from dust, as much as possible but it only seem to make the screen worse. So, that being said, I still think it may have to something to do with dust on the boards and maybe caused something to go out, I don't know. We even took the PD0075C circut board out which is where the rear connections are and made sure the contacts were all clean. Any recommendations or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, David Jennings set is about 4 years old.

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  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2007

    Evidently this is an extremely common problem in the Toshiba 65h82, 57h82, 50h82, and 47h82 rear projection CRT sets. We should probably get a class action lawsuit going on or group together and send our complaints directly to Toshiba management.

    But this is a latent defect in these Toshiba HDTV's and we all basically got screwed. For mine the only input left that I can even recognize a picture is the Colorstream HD input and even that one is about to go out. If I try to rent a DVD and play it...horribly wavy and massively distorted screen. Same for my XBOX 360 on the front inputs which I now have to play on a 22'' screen because this POS 65'' Toshiba is defective.

    I have read that you have to basically replace a bunch of fried capacitors on one of the boards and you may be able to get it working again.

    I'm sure many would appreciate a detailed guide with pictures on exactly what needs to be done if there is anyone out there who has solved this problem with these rip-off TV's from Toshiba.

    Definitely my last Toshiba product unless they make good on a remedy for everyone who they screwed over by selling a TV that breaks at 13months.

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2007

    Seems as the i'm not the only one with this problem 65H82 w/messed up screen

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    same here the only thing that comes in good is the Colorstream HD when I have my HD Dishnetwork reciever pluged into it. if I plug my dvd play, xbox360 or PS3 into that same connection the screen goes crazy I guess the dish network reciever has a stronger output signal. I am going to take the back panel off this weekend and see what I can do..



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SOURCE: video input problems

If its a brand new set and never worked from the get go I bet ya 10 to 1 that theres a plug or clip lose in the set someware. Hope ya got a warrantee as you should have unless you bought if off A corner someware. Call the repair service # thats in the owners manual to get it fixed asap. Good Luck

Posted on May 28, 2006



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SOURCE: Toshiba Theater View 65" Projection TV Blinking Power Indicator LED>

if your handy , I suggest to check for any DRY SOLDER in the PC BOARD around the power supply ,or check the Convergence area for some IC , its start with STK___ and numbers. hope it helps

Posted on Apr 26, 2008


SOURCE: Toshiba 46HM95-Picture Blinking Green

Late info but that is a color wheel for people having that problem, it either flew out a part or the motor is failing and can't keep the phase correct. what is sad is this would be a 100 buck part for other brands of DLP TV but Toshiba is modular and the color wheel is in the light engine module and that ups the price to 500+. If you are inventive and careful you can take the color wheel from it's motor and relube the bearing, I have had luck with high temp lithium grease. And there was a class action lawsuit about bulbs failing too soon. The UHP bulbs do some times fail early but Toshiba is known for it

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