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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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
If the power button is displaying the bulb fault indicator AND overheat indicator lights at the same time, it indicates a faulty cooling fan. The television is smart enough to detect when either of the two cooling fans in the chassis have failed, or aren't spinning fast enough. To prevent overheating and damage, the set will not turn on if a fan is faulty. You'll need a replacement fan.
If the second light is blinking to orange or red, that is usually the lamp indicator light on an LG DLP tv. That indicates your bulb needs replaced, or something surrounding the bulb has failed (like the cooling fan for the bulb for example) IF you have a spare bulb handy, I'd replace the bulb, keeping in mind if you touch any part of a new bulb with your bare hands, you just cut the life of the bulb by more then half.
The red light is a status indicator that means your tv needs to be serviced. Most likely your bulb burned out or failed. You can purchase a replacement bulb online. I have solved a few questions on how to replace a bulb on this site. Check my profile for those posts if you need help with that.