Bulb has been replaced, light is still on. code 34. I have read similar concerns in previous posts, but did not notice any definate repairs. Is it the caps on the circuit board? If so, any tips on testing and replacing?
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Re: Red light for bulb indicator stays on.
You need the V26 DLP power PWB repair kit. You can get it at the following link under the repair kit category and it has complete instructions with the replacement capacitors. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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The issue if your light bulb behind the LCD matrix is burnt out you need to replace them. This is common for these monitors. The bulbs simply snap off an on by a connector to the high voltage power supply. When you open the monitor up, you will see he board with HV supply on it Trace the two (red an white) wires to the backlight (bulbs) and verify by looking at their ends looking for black discolor at he ends of the bulb (This means the interior of the bulb is carbonizing = shorting out). Most times the monitor will shut down into orange light, but sometimes it will not ignite the fluorescent bulb)(s).
You probably have a bad lamp again I hate to say. These lamp are so critical when being moved. If after you atttempt to power on TV then red light shows, press menu+input on the front panel and hold for 5 seconds. Front timer LED will blink a 2 digit error code five times then stop. Code 34 and 66 are lamp errors, and if you read code 66 the lamp is broken. Good luck
I have a 56" model that I have had a similar problem. My bulb burned out in <90 days. Warranty was 90 days on the bulb itself. When the TV picture goes out, the indicator LEDS blink on and off.
Here is what you have to determine:
1) First cover the left LED with a piece of paper so that you can't see it blinking. I don't know if your layout is the same as my TV. You may have to switch the paper blocking the LED.
2) Pay attention to the other LED and READ its' flashing code. In my case, the code was 2-3. It would flash 2 times, pause briefly, then flash 3 times. This meant code 23. That indicated the bulb was burned out.
3) If you look in the manual, It does have a code list of some sorts to tell you of the codes and their meanings. Hope this helps.