Picture failure Tv will not work. While watching tv color would sometimes fade in and out. During the last couple of days the picture would come in but the screen would turn green and picture disappears, also tv would somtimes turn off. Now screen is just green and you see no picture or not very clear at all.
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U hear grinding noises,squiling noise,before colors fades in&out,turn to Black&White picture,than died?Yes,than ur DLP tv have a colors wheel,it defective,require replacing.The colors wheel is spinning off of it motor axis.The tv tech,should be hire for changing the tv colors wheel.
i think it is a magenatic effect called degaussing problem.
please remove anything very near to it which has got magnet like speaker headphone etc.
call tech to gegauss it. it is hardly 5 minutes job.
please do not change the angle while watching tv.
your tv seems to be 100% ok.
We have a 60" panasonic rear projection television and the color fades in and out. What do you think is the problem the tv is only two years old and is now starting to apear in black and white sometimes. What can be the problem?
It could be the color wheel and in fact probably is. I've seen them shatter which would explain the noise. They are glass and spinn at 9000 rpm. An involved repair though definatley a job for a pro. It could be worse, probably a few hundred will do it. Was the TV begining to be a little loud before the failure? Could be a sign, i've seen many noisy color wheels.
the picture tube on your TV set is exausted. Please contact your nearest Authorized Sony Service for further help/advice.
After all, Sony is a good choice. The next TV set you buy could be one of Sony-s Bravia LCD.