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<img src="mas_baz.jpg" /><br />There are three LED indicators. LAMP, TIMER, STANDBY/TEMP. Each Led or combination leds indicated problem.<br />
<li>LAMP blinking : The picture will automatically appear in about 15 seconds.</li>
<li>TIMER and STANDBY/TEMP blinking : A cooling fan inside the set is not operating normally.</li>
<li>LAMP and STANDBY/TEMP blinking : Lamp cover on the rear of the set is not properly shut.</li>
<li>STANDBY/TEMP blinking : Check if the ventilation hole on the rear of the set is blocked, because if the inner temperature is too high, the power will shut off.</li>
<li>All LED blinking : Lamp may be defective.<br /></li></ul>It takes about 30 seconds for the TV to warm up, so normal brightness may not appear immediately. The TV has a fan to keep the inside lamp from overheating. You'll occasionally hear it working.<br /><br /><br />
If the lamp and standby lights are both flashing and the timer light is off, check that the lamp cover on the back of the TV is properly positioned in the groove and secured by the screw. Take it off and check that the screws that hold the lamp itself are secure. There is an safety feature that keeps the lamp from turning on when the lamp cover is off.
If the three lights (timer, lamp, and standby) are blinking, then the lamp needs to be replaced. If the timer and standby lights are blinking and the lamp light is off, then a cooling fan isn't working. When only the standby light is blinking and the other lights are off, the unit is overheating and a ventilation area may be blocked.
Hello. First thing to do is to replace lamp in your TV. Especially if it was not replaced for year or longer. If problem continues - then professional should diagnose it and determine if ballast went bad as well. Regards. Russ.
Sound like ur tv have two problems.The "lamp"LED light flashes,mean ur tv need a new projection bulb.The loud refrigerator sound,mean the tv colors wheel is dead,it spinning off of it axes motor.Hire a tv repairman to do this the colors wheel is hard change,because require take out many machanicals parts even to get to the colors wheel to change.The bulb is easy replaced,but he there pay him to put new one in.
The squealing noise is a defective color wheel. When the color wheel does not get up to speed (or stay up to speed) the set will shut down with the blinking you describe. You need to replace your color wheel or have a tv shop replace your color wheel.