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Re: I have a hitachi DLP TV modle no ux21513
Lamp with housing is a LM500 But to save a few dollars call Glen at ACME Sales in Florida for the best price on just the bulb and put that in the new housing. It's about half the money. 1-800-575-9833 Bill
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Anon, the bulb/lamp plugs into the ballast, The attached videos shows the ballast and location near the end of the video. Check the attached links. Good luck
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Most likely bad lamp . Listen for a very slight buzz from the rear of tv at power up. IT will buzz several times before lamp light begins to blink. IF it does and pix does not light suspect lamp .. Part number Ux21513
Hi,do you hear any strange noises? If you hear clicking or like wanting to turn on it could be the board that powers the lamp it's called the ballast. But if you don't hear any strange noises,tv is around 6000 hrs,2-4 yrs it could be time to replace the lamp.The lamp you need is UX21513.You can find it here: http://www.discount-merchant.com/Hitachi-UX21513-LM500-Replacement-UHP-Lamp-Proj-p/hitach-ux21513-lm500-lamp-bulb.htm?Click=48173 Have a blessed one!
Did you replace the lamp door? A flashing red light is an indication of a door open or an impropely seated lamp. Try removing the lamp and reseating it. Reinstall the door and try turning it on again. Also, you may want to unplug the TV from the power source, count to about 20 and then plug it back up again. This may reset the TV.
If you found a fan that mounts and is the same physical shape and size, I believe the rpms would not be a issue as long as it has at lease the same rpm. If it is higher I believe it will work. You don't want to bypass any wires. But be sure the plug connector wires are right.
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