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No,the tv LCD screen panel it is good,if it fixed itself after awhile.The board that call the T-CON board it is dying and dead soon that the problems.This T-CON board sit in the middle of the bottom of the tv LCD screen panel.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole new refurbih T-CON board for the replacement.
Hi, It seems lamp/ bulb popped again, check lamp inside tv. If tv does not show red blinking light then it would be lamp that knocked off, replace lamp in tv to fix its problem, please buy Sony original lamp for good picture in tv. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
It sounds to me like you got a fingerprint on the lamp when you installed it. The oils in your skin can cause all kinds of problems on a lamp that gets soo hot. I recommend replacing the lamp again and using a tissue or sterile glove to hadle the new bulb. Also, before replacing the lamp make sure to clean and vacuum out the light engine box and fan.
If the problem persists, then the LCD panels inside the light engine have been heat damaged. There is a class action lawsuit in New York that is trying to extend the light engine warrantee on Wega TVs. You should give Sony a call at 1-800-222-SONY for information and more assistance.
Hi, I'm afraid, it is problem of optical block unit (light engine) that produce picture by 3 lcds inbuilt, the blue lcd and its related uv filters become defective and causing this kind of blue hue on screen. Complete optical unit block (light engine) will be replaced by qualified tech to get tv fixed, light engine is costly part so ask an estimate before sending tv in. Thanks.
For one, a ton of money. The screen is usually 2/3rd of the cost of the TV. Second, I believe you will have to either ship or drive the TV to Sony as I don't believe they have in-home service. You should start by calling Sony or visiting their website.
It honestly depends on what type of TV. If it's a sony 60" it has to be a rear projection model, if it was bought recently or in the last few years it would be a LCD rear projection model. Repair is not impossible nor out of the question. If the green spot is a color stain burned on the screen it's replaceable. However, the cost of a new screen and with installation can be pretty high. Even if it's the LCD projector it's still repairable. Cost could be around 700-1000 dollars. If thats considered to expensive to repair then the answer is yes. Even if the TV did cost more than that you can find some awesome deals on new DLP TV's not to far off from that price range.