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Toshiba 46HM84 DLP Black and white pattern..

I have a Toshiba 46HM84 DLP television. At first, I got a red flashing, solid green light that indicated I needed a new lamp/the lamp door wasn't seated. There was no sound and no picture. However, recently, when I powered it up, the TV actually turned on. However, there is a black and white pattern (about 1 inch tall, 3 inches wide) that spans the entire screen. Changing channels, inputs doesn't change the picture (but the screen does go black for a second to signify it is changing something). Any ideas? Thanks, Mike

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Contact your dealer for service flashfor this symptom.(light tunnel)

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