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I have a JVC HD52-z575 TV. The power indicator and LED lights blink rapidly simultaneously. The lamp is realtively new and I just replaced the ballast. When I replaced the ballast the TV came on with no issue. The following night when I turned the TV on the lights started blinking again.
I noticed when I turn the TV on and look in the venting area behind the TV the lamp lights and after about 3-5 seconds it goes out. It does this 3 times before the lights on the front start blinking. Does anyone have any idea on what the problem might be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think i have the same problem, but i can get audio still. did the poping plinking sound come from the inside back panel of your TV? it sounded almost like a arc wielding noise?
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: JVC HD-ILA Projection TV
From the manual...
The POWER LED
and LAMP LED are
• It may be a malfunction that the fan is locked or the temperature has increased.
The POWER LED
and LAMP LED are
• The lamp may not have been installed correctly, or it may be due to a malfunction.
• The lamp door may not be closed correctly.
The LAMP LED
• It may be a malfunction of the internal electrical circuits
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
It normally means the lamp is in need of being replaced, and its all depending on the use of the TV as well as how long the lamp life is. You should be able to access the lamp via a small section near the rear or the back of the TV unit, if the lamp is blown or faulty it will look the same as a blown light globe.
To obtain a new lamp contact the brands authorised repair agent as they will be able to get trade prices and in turn, give you the best price,
Also make sure that whoever replaces the lamp resets the lamp use time as the TV will still not start if you don't reset the lamp use time as it will still think it has a faulty lamp. I hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
Your lamp is burned out, order a new one for your tv model and follow the instuctions that the bulb has and you can do it yourself, dont get conned into thinking it is more technical than it is by the repairmen on this site
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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