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Samsung dlp replaced color wheel

Some tv repair person replaced the color wheel on my samsung and when he brought it back there was a no picture area in the bottom of the tv. its about 3 inches at the bottom where its black and i already tried adjusting the vertical and horizontal on the service menu. i woried because even when i turnning on the tv the bottom part looks a diffrent shade of black. what could it be?

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  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    I have a dark bar about 4 inches wide on the left side of my screen on my 56" DLP TV. It's a shadow, as I can see the image through it, but it's a very dark shadow. Not sure if the problem is similar, but I thought I'd try.

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Need to get in the service menu.
That is not for customer for only autherized samsung service man konws about that.

Please contact samsung service center with phone.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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