Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
The set will come on as soon as it is plugged into wall outlet. The picture will come on and start working but just for a few seconds and then it seems as the picture is frozen and I can't change channels, turn off or on, the power indicator led is off. The led that indicates reception of remote control signal still works. I do know that the light and power company has been working in the area before this occurred. The sound came on for about the same length of time as the picture. The screen was a full screen. I did notice that after leaving set on for a few more minutes that it tried to move the image on the screen just a little and then immediately freeze again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power light flashing/ no picture
I have the same problem. The only way to get the TV to come on is to unplug it, but once you get it back on it turns itself off again in a few minutes.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
I fixed it. Went back in after a twenty min. break, figured if it's broke I can't break it again, might as well try to fix it(out of warranty, so much time on 1st. bulb, after fixing I found out had 8463 hrs. on 1st. lamp! WOWW most i've seen on any strings out there,and I'm really cheap and inquisitive) But this is how I did it. pulled off covers. looked around pulled light box out checked connectors and resistors visually for burns, none found, then I see a clear plastic sleeve covered group of wires it was plugged up at the ballast where i was working earlier but not the other end, so i looked around for the plug to insert it, couldn't see any where. I felt on top of a silver polished panel w/holes allover, there on top, at the right side of the silver panel was a plug for it. I plugged it in by removing fan and cooling fin assembly, for room to work(and good chance to clean dust from the fins and fans. I tilted silver panel down to see the top, after some removing spring loaded screws holding cooling fins, (the screws ave very light spring tension and won't pop out, I swear, keep track of springs for reassembly later) plugged it in(only goes one way, don't force it, flip over if it doesn't fit nicely) replace all removed parts in reverse order and reinstall covers, plug up, and mine powered on almost instantly. After that and spending 2 hrs. online trying to go through all the strings everywhere about these problems. It came down to trial by fire. I hope this helps, reply if it doesn't.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
I just called 1-800-samsung & choose the parts dept.
For the replacement lamp it cost $149.99 plus tax & shipping .
My total was 167.08 for Fl. You give them the lamp code ( red sticker on the side of the tv) , they send it out 5day shipment.Local tv repair services can install it for an installation fee. This will save money apposed to ordering through a tv repair shop who charges an order part fee plus etc...
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
SOURCE: Sony KDF-E50A10
If the lamp is new it could be the ballast the one is supply high voltage for the lamp you can order that ballast from Sony
Check the lamp if is not damage any where
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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