Question about Toshiba 65HM167 65" Projection Television
I have white pixel spots all over My screen. It started in upper right corner and has now spread over the whole screen the spots are stationary and never seem to change only get more of them. Help!
Thats caused by the DLP chip. Unfortunately most Toshiba models will end up having to have both the DLP chip and the formatter board replaced at the same time to fix the issue where as other models only require replacing the DLP chip alone to fix the white dots issue
Posted on Apr 06, 2013
SOURCE: screen spot
Since you have a black spot,you need to look at the mirror or inside screen. If it were a certain color, like purple or yellow, for instance, I would suggest a lens or picture tube, but, since it is black in one spot, I would suspect debris in those areas.
Posted on Dec 12, 2006
SOURCE: convergence problems
Well I would say the convergence amps are the culpits in your case. A common problem with all rear projection sets these days. Be real careful about buying replacements as I would go OEM only. They sell counterfits and low cost knock offs that will just frustrate you and raise the chances of damaging the board.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
White spotting is caused by a defect in the optical engine. Repair should run around $600-750 from a servicer. Part number is 75006693
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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