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This problems it is related to the tv projection lamp.The tv projection lamp is inside the tv now.Been in the tv like a 1 1/2 or 2 years already?Tv is on and used it like 4 or 5 hours daily?Yes,than the tv projection lamp must be replaced should solved this problems.If the tv projection lamp already been replaced,than this problems are caused by the board that call the Ballast board.This Ballast board only job are to ignite the tv projection lamp only.
<img src="mas_baz.jpg" /><br />There are three LED indicators. LAMP, TIMER, STANDBY/TEMP. Each Led or combination leds indicated problem.<br />
<li>LAMP blinking : The picture will automatically appear in about 15 seconds.</li>
<li>TIMER and STANDBY/TEMP blinking : A cooling fan inside the set is not operating normally.</li>
<li>LAMP and STANDBY/TEMP blinking : Lamp cover on the rear of the set is not properly shut.</li>
<li>STANDBY/TEMP blinking : Check if the ventilation hole on the rear of the set is blocked, because if the inner temperature is too high, the power will shut off.</li>
<li>All LED blinking : Lamp may be defective.<br /></li></ul>It takes about 30 seconds for the TV to warm up, so normal brightness may not appear immediately. The TV has a fan to keep the inside lamp from overheating. You'll occasionally hear it working.<br /><br /><br />
Most likely bad lamp . Listen for a very slight buzz from the rear of tv at power up. IT will buzz several times before lamp light begins to blink. IF it does and pix does not light suspect lamp .. Part number Ux21513
Did you say the lamp blinks red? I assume you meant the lamp status indicator light. That probably means the lamp is burned out. Take the lamp assembly out and inspect the bulb. If you see a visibly burned capsule or broken wire inside, that's your problem (you don't need to remove the lamp from the assembly to inspect it, and don't touch the lamp itself - see next paragraph). When you replace it, be sure you clean all of the vents in both the front and back of the set. Dust-clogged vents will cause a bulb to burn out prematurely, or even explode. You may need to remove the back cover (unplug first!) to clean out a dust filter for the lamp cooling duct.
You can save money by buying a bare bulb and rewiring it into the lamp housing, but be absolutely careful never to touch the new bulb with bare fingers - the contaminants from your fingertips may cause the bulb to explode when it gets hot. Wear disposable vinyl gloves (the kind restaurant food handlers use) for this job. The gloves may be included with the new bulb.
Set a regular cleaning schedule for the vents. How often depends on how quickly the dust builds up. Just don't let them get completely covered with dust.