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Hello,


I searched AVS Forums and google extensively. If this is a repeated post, I apologize.


I have what was advertised as the "world's first LED DLP TV". It is from 2007. It is made by Samsung and the Model Number is HL-T5687S.


The problem: the lamp does not turn off. I turn off the TV, but the white light in front stays; it also seems as if the screen is on. No picture, but it's as if the LEDs (or bulb?) is still on when I turn the TV off. The only way it actual turns off is if I unplug the TV.


I googled about a bulb replacement but some websites state the LED version does not ever require the bulb to be replaced.

I reviewed the manual and there is no mention of a bulb or lamp.


I am clueless as to what is up with the television. It seems to be operating well other than what is noted above. Any help is greatly appreciated!


Thanks!


Ray
 

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Originally Posted by korninut /forum/post/20859279


Hello,


I searched AVS Forums and google extensively. If this is a repeated post, I apologize.


I have what was advertised as the "world's first LED DLP TV". It is from 2007. It is made by Samsung and the Model Number is HL-T5687S.


The problem: the lamp does not turn off. I turn off the TV, but the white light in front stays; it also seems as if the screen is on. No picture, but it's as if the LEDs (or bulb?) is still on when I turn the TV off. The only way it actual turns off is if I unplug the TV.


I googled about a bulb replacement but some websites state the LED version does not ever require the bulb to be replaced.

I reviewed the manual and there is no mention of a bulb or lamp.


I am clueless as to what is up with the television. It seems to be operating well other than what is noted above. Any help is greatly appreciated!


Thanks!


Ray

Does this TV have those removable dust covers on the sides of the screen? Open one up and take a look inside. With all your room lights off at night, is there still light coming out of your set?
 
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