I have found what causes this problem, there is a red filter before the
transparent lcd. Mine was burned and displaying the colors your are
You need to take the cover off and then you will need to take the
circuit board off. Where you see the 3 ribbons cables is the area that's
causing this problem.
You will see a tiny screw from the top, unscrew it and remove the red
filter, it should be on the ribbon cable with a blue dot. You will
probably see that this color filter on the glass has been burnt.
So I thought I could order some heat resistant gel swatches used in
theater lighting to correct the color. However these heat resistant
swatches are not really heat reisistant. I found that the plane red
color worked best but after about 30 seconds it started to discolor the
filter I placed in.
So now I'm looking at trying to located a service manual for this.
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Your Optic blog has failed. The bulb will not fix that. There was a class aciton lawsuit against Sony about this a few years ago. The Optic block must be replaced(only posibble fix) Sony Rear Projection LCD TV
To fix it out of pocket would be ridiculously expensive($800+). Return the lamp or use it until the image is too bad to watch. Then treat yourself to a new TV.
I am well versed on this issue and would not recommend fixing this
Jerry to be frank with you I would not invest another cent in that Tv. The new once are getting cheaper and you would be alot happier. If you do decide to purchase a new TV look for SMART TV'S. Good Luck.
it was a screen back light failure, the lamp get busted in the upper portion of the panel display. to access this part you will need to remove the back cover using a philip screw driver. the back light is covered with metal shielding.to replaced the back light, be careful in disassembling the cover not to damaged the lcd screen panel.
I have a older 2006 SXRD rear projection TV. I had the same problem after the TV warmed up this yellow tint started in the corner and crawled its way down the TV. It turned out that Sony had a recall on the optic block of the TV. If you replaced the Lamp and adjusted the color this kinda sounds like the same problem. Here is a link explaining it. In this article it shows up as a green haze and blob, but in my TV it manifested as a yellow tint.
I work for a company where we take care of around 7,000 projectors. We have recently come across this same issue in this model and several other Hitachi models. We have figured out that it seems to be a main board issue, after testing and checking of the lenses and other things. The main board ended up being the fix. Hope this helps!
Hi , it seems you are experimenting a light engine problem.Here's how your tv works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLLHnQ4y-wo Basically there's 3 LCD chips that create the colors and image by blending together.When these chips start to melt you will get those blue spots, pixilation even vertical lines.You will need to replace the light engine. Have a blessed one!