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Phillips Rear-projection HDTV(replaced bulb-still have a problem)

Hello, I have a Phillips HDTV 50".

The model no. 50PL9126D/37

The picture went black and the red light icon came on. There was still sound, but no picture. After turning it off and letting it cool down, I turned it back on and had a picture for about 10 minutes, then it did the same thing.

Warranty had expired just a couple of weeks earlier.

I replaced the bulb, however, it still does the same thing.

It blinks out a code - 6 long, 5 short.

I do hear a quiet "zzzzz-zzzzz" sound in the same area where the bulb goes in (just below it) before the picture goes black.

That part # is "EUC 132d P/41".

Does anyone know anything about this problem or that part?

Maybe even where there is somewhere to look up the code?

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  • Phillips101 Dec 18, 2008

    After doing a lot of research, that part is the ballast.



    The problem I have now is Philips only sells it with the light engine and the lamp....

    $1795.00



    So I'm wondering if there is one I can get that would be suitable?

  • beanero Jan 01, 2009

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM MINE DOES THE EXACT SAME CAN WE GET IT ANY CHEEPER

  • Terry Lackry Jan 23, 2009

    Hello, I have a Phillips HDTV 50".

    The model no. 50PL9126D/37

    The picture went black and the red light icon came on. There was still sound, but no picture. After turning it off and letting it cool down, I turned it back on and had a picture for about 10 minutes, then it did the same thing.

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SOURCE: new bulb was just installed last week....now i

If the Bulb Timer was not reset then you need to do that.
See http://www.fixya.com/support/t2772071-lg_ru52sz61d_lamp_reset

As mentioned you should clean the fan. There is an access panel at the back, at the same end as the bulb. I would remove the fan so it's easier to thoroughly clean and carefully vacuum the area behind the fan. Do not blow air into the tv, only vacuum out.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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SOURCE: lg 52

I had the same problem after replacing the bulb. Forgot to reset the Bulb Timer.
See http://www.fixya.com/support/t2772071-lg_ru52sz61d_lamp_reset
Also, clean the Bulb Fan thoroughly.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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