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Mitsubishi WD-62525 timer light keeps flashing after lamp replace

My tv has been saying the lamp has reached its life for a couple weeks. It finally went dead and I replaced the lamp. The timer light keeps blinking and I can not turn the tv on. Any ideas? I was thinking it could be the ballast since the old bulb had shards of glass on the inside, I thought it might have spiked the lamp to go bad.

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There is a tiny reset button to the left of the timer light. Press with a pin or something small, wait 60 seconds. Viola!

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If the lamp LED is blinking yellow, that indicates that the lamp door or the air filter door are not closed properly. The power LED will blink green for about a minute when the TV is plugged back in indicating that it is rebooting. After the TV reboots, the power LED will go out and it should work normally. If the lamp LED shows solid red, then the lamp has failed. Check to make sure the lamp socket is seated properly. You can't see it and it is very tricky.

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The timer light on my mitsubishi keep blinking after i change the lamp model #WD-62525. i reset it already and still it blinks green

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No, the ballast won't make the timer light keep blinking. the chassis needs to be rebuilt.
visit www.tv-techs.com

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