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The tv board that call the Ballast board have problems.The Ballast board only jobs are to help to ignite the tv projection lamp only.Tries websites like Partstore.com,Ebay.com to buy a new Ballast board for the replacement.
well I'm no expert but trying to fix one my self I'd say color wheel due to the noise issue... I have had repair places tel me the wheel and bulb and ballast are problems and if an old ballast is powering up a new bulb the old ballast will prob go out soon. sounds like the tv's are just junk I'm looking for parts so any ballast light or color wheel can be mailed to 25847 melba ave homeland ca 92548 and as I learn more with them good or bad parts I'll surly post it for the good of all so we can keep the land fills empty of the stuff. Thanks for reading model hlp6163wx/xaa only please.
Good luck with that.... But if you really want to try,... look at where the bulb makes electrical connection when it is plugged into the set. You should see two thick wires leaving a connector and going to a circuit board. this board is the ballast. You'll have to disassemble until you can get the board along with the wires and connector.
Hi,Osram lamps average around 3000-4000 hrs.Normally 1 -1 1/2 yr.I do think the lamp went out.The ballast is a possibility,when it's going bad it will make clicking noises or attempts to light the bulb.I recommend to get the Original Philips lamp for they average 6000-8000 hrs 3-4 yrs.
340v should be on power pwb plug PL on the 1 and
5 (GND) pins for the ballast. and the ballast plug CN should also have the 340V with pin 1 of that plug being GND nd pin 3 should have the 340V If the PL plug on the power board is low the power pwb has a problem most likely the doubler circuit. If CN plug voltage is high say 360V the ballast is suspect.
This sounds to me like one of two possibilities. First, check your ballast. If you're going through bulbs faster than you think you ought to be, you may have a ballast that is overloading. Its the 3" x 8" circuit board that connects directly to the bulb. They are plentiful and often cheap. Thats what I'd try first. If that doesnt' do it, I would invest in a new power supply board. That the board that the tv power cable hooks directly in to. This should give you a start, Comment back if you still need further help. Good luck.
Same thing happened to me. After one minute of running, lamp shuts off and 5 power led blinks and 3 ready led blinks, indicate UART ballast error. Well, I purchased a new lamp, and installed it, and the problem was gone. I looked closely at my old lamp, and it showed a little blister inside, and a tiny spot of white residue, perhaps it was the whole problem there, although I don
Your set uses the Phillips UPH100W 1.3 100http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/ 1amp bulb part number 6912V00006A which uses Ballast EUC 6913V0002A and the actual ballast isMB03CA part number 6871VSMB13F I would contact LG and give them these numbers. Is your ballast bad or is the BallastEUC bad? Let me know if I can help you further.