Originally Posted by jasonmichaelh
Find the service manual and do it yourself. It definitely looks like the top mirror might be out of whack. Vertical adjustment can be made in the service menu.
If you are the second owner of the tv I doubt Mits will buy it back from you, unless maybe you are in a state that exempts you from the non-transferable warranty clause. It sounds like you are on AZ like me, so that wouldn't apply.
Walts might be able to help you, but they did a horrible job of servicing my LV.
Jason, let me make the long story short.
I paid guy I bought the TV from, $300.00 + $50.00 to his cousin, to deliver it to Waltz...
I then paid Walts $50.00 to "look" at it. By the time the TV powered on, the curves were a profound hour glass.
Walts quoted me $1200.00 to fix the Laser Assembly. I told them "No, give me some time to find an alternative".
I have found a laser engine assembly for the 91 series, on ebay, for $350.00
Should I buy that unit and try to fix it myself.
No, I am not a soldering time person... but I am an IT specialist. I have been known to take apart laptops and fix those with my A+ certification intuition.
Would that be enough?
Lol... would YOU be interested in a project, since you live in these parts of Arizona, like myself...
I am going to call some other TV shops to see how much the would charge me...
Its been over a month, and Walts is now calling me to come pick the TV up...