Question about Sony Grand WEGA KDF-50WE655 50" Rear Projection HDTV
HDMI connection is loose
SOURCE: SONY KDF-50WE655 Cooling Fan
There are three fans: 1)Cooling fan(on the optical block)part# 1-787-057-11 2)Ballast fan part# 1-787-081-11 3)Upper optics fan part# 1-787-460-11 Also make sure you don't have a noisey iris motor in the optical block (verify by adjusting the iris settings in the menu and see if the noise level changes)
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
thermal fuse. it sits below the lamp and has popped. replace with new fuse or just short (eliminating fire protection) let me know if you need instructions.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Bring up the "service" menu, put the TV in standby mode, then press in sequence :
Onscreen Display ( the little screen with the i+ in it )
5 ( channel number 5 )
Volume Up ( upper end of volume button )
Analogue ( middle top button )
The TV should switch on and when it's warmed up, you should see a screen with lots of big green lettering on it.
Press the "menu" button ( middle bottom )
Use the direction dial to move down to "LCD Drivers" and press right on the dial to enter this menu.
Move down to "S H Pos Reg R". It should be "10", change it to "11". ( Left/Right to adjust )
Move down to "S H Pos Reg G". It should be "10", change it to "11".
Move down to "S H Pos Reg B". It should be "10", change it to "11".
Press the menu bottom to drop out of the menus, and the standby button to drop to standby. Switch back on, and hopefully your ghosting will be gone.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I fixed my problem by removing the lamp and vacuuming the hell out of the hole where the lamp lives and also getting all of the dust out of the rear ventilation grids with my vacuum. I put the old lamp back in and what do you know the TV has worked perfectly ever since. My lamp was over a year old and did not show any signs of hazing on the lens that you might see on a lamp that has a ton of hours on it. I just thought I would try to put it back in before I spent a couple of hundred bucks on a new lamp.
TA DA problem fixed.
Posted on May 05, 2009
With HDMI there should be no ghosting. And being a Sony Bravia it should be no ghosting. My 52" Sony is great.
You've got connection issues.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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