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Wd 65735 black screen after replaceing DLP chip.

Replaced DLP chip because of the white dots and TV worked fine for 1 day. The next time I turned on the TV I got a black screen and red light. Then I replaced the bulb. Bulb did not help. Green light still goes to red. I hear clicking. I hit the reset button on the front of TV and held it for about 15 seconds. I also used remote to reset by pushing input/device button/menu/1, 2, 3/enter. Still black screen on TV but green light stays on for around 20 seconds now and then goes to solid red. TV has sound.

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SOURCE: wd-52725 had blue screen no picture or sound

you may be on the incorrect input channel. look for an input or tv video button and choose each input until u get a picture

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