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Issue with my philips dlp

My tv picture went out and the lamp failure light came on- i have ordered a new lamp and it will be in tomorrow- the set , when plugged in- blinks 5 fast and 6 slow on the power button- i have been researching and see that others with the same problem replace the lamp and it does not fix the set- so i have been trying to price a ballast, but no one has one and from what i can tell, philips states that they are no longer aviable for sale- i cant believe this as my tv is only 2 years old- the phillips part # is 996510006793, any ideas if the bulb does not fix my problem as i would think the next poss item to rule out would be the ballast

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I now have the same issue. Did you ever solve your problem? Did you find the ballast ? Where ?

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