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I'm sorry that the TV is not displaying red color. Please follow the troubleshooting steps and check the operation:
Please make sure that the connections are secure and proper.
Try connecting a different video source like DVD player or VCR and check the operation. If it works with another device, the issue might be with the input device currently.
Also try connecting the device to a different port in the TV if no other devices are available.
If the issue persists, try with a different cable.
Perform a power resetting and check the operation. To perform the power resetting, unplug the TV from wall outlet for more than 2 minutes and then reconnect it.
If the issue persists, please change the Lamp of the TV to resolve the issue. XL2400 is the replacement Lamp for the TV. Please refer page # 86 of the Instruction Manual of the TV to get the instructions to change the Lamp. I'm providing the link to download the Instruction Manual for your reference. Click here to download the Manual.
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The first thing to do is disconnect ANYthing that is connected via HDMI and then use the component, composite or s-video inputs and see what happens. If it works ok then most likely what ever is connected to your TV via HDMI is causing the issue (it does happen). The second thing if that doesn't solve the issue is replace the lamp if its getting really dar and has never been done before. If the emmisions of the lamp are low (darker picture) the set thinks the lamp is not on and will force a restart..Please take a moment to rate my answer...Thanks
looked up owners manual that was a waste of time, hmm the number one issue on this type of set is issues with the lamp. How old is it? Has it ever been replaced? Sometimes a visual inspection of lamp can fool you, but typically as they age a milky haze develops on the lamps glass or if it popped the lamp will be shatttered inside. Can't hurt to check it. make sure set is unplugged first just to be safe.
first did you getthe lamp from miths and if notyou could have bought a bad lamp. you need to get a lamp form mits if you did not buy from them. if you did buy from mits have them replace the lamp it has a 90 day warranty. try hitting the menu and device / input buttons for 5 sec and repost the blink code. it is a 2 digits blink code. (ex. 23 or 33 or 26 like that)
wd-52525 This is a DLP, I dont suggest taking it apart to clean anything, this is what we call a MICRO display, the imaging device is about 1" square and blown up 50X to the size of the pix you watch, anytime anyone I know has taken stuff appart where the mirror is at has ended up worse off, you say that there is dust on the mirror, what does it look like in your picture? If the spots are quarter size or so and fuzzy edges the dust is inside the lightengine and you want a factory cleanroom to service the LE, the one thing I think you can safely do is pull the lamp and check for dust on it as it can cause issues in pix, other than that I dunno what to tell you, hope this info helps.