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KEEP GETTING CODE 37

Keep getting a code 37. No power to the fans, i have put power to the fans and they work just not with the tv. I was told it was a problem with the caps. on the power pwb board so i got a v26 power pwb repair kit had the caps. changed and put it all back together and i STILL get a code 37 any more suggestions?

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  • mvick Oct 07, 2008

    where can i find this part and how much does it cost?

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From your description Code 37 means either DMD board deffective or lamp fan stopped.so in your case fan is good I would suggest replace light engine.because DMD board is the part of light engine.
Part number # 915P026010

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

  • Sunny Valiplackal Oct 09, 2008

    sorry for delay.



    I think Part number which I wrote previously is incorrect.Light engine is costly.

    May be you can check with andrewselectronics.com or call C.S at 800 274-4666

    with correct model number. Part name is Light Engine.

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