Question about Televison & Video
If you had picture, there was no need to replace lamp, that is an expensive part.
Regarding ballast , before replacing you need to test voltages on it, this is an hazardous procedure that must be performed by a technician.
The problem it is some faulty component on one of the internal pcbs, can be a faulty IC , a capacitor or any of the several thousends components inside your TV.
Often, for example you get same problem from the high voltage board powering the bulb.
You need to have a repairman diagnosing the problem before buying more parts.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
This is a problem that still occurs after you replaced the balast? does the picture come on at all? or after a few minute of clear picture it goes blank.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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