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72hm196 toshiba dlp HD 1080. What is the problem of my tv when the yellow led lights is blinking and which parts need to fix it

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It should be due to a problem to cooling fan [DLP]. If you wish to get more details about blinking codes, surf the site linked here. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by type in the model name to your set in its search box, or view it in Timeslide / Mosaic option.

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi HD TV 1080 blinking green light

sounds like it has a bad DM assy, or a bad 9v reg ic.
the dm can be repaired, there are 4 capacitors on it that need to be replaced.

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thats the error code for the convergence ICs. Replace both STK392-110 Convergence Ics and the 2.2 ohm resistors. You can get the Panasonic rear projection Convergence repair kit #1 at the following link which contains the two ICs and all six resistors plus step by step instructions with pictures so you can do the repair yourself.
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I have a 56 inch tohiba DLP (56 HM 195). Replaced the bulb for the second time this year. last time only lasted 3 months. TV is tough to turn on. When I get it to turn on, and then shut it down, the yellow light blinks constantly for 5-7 mintues. Then it shuts down completely. Is the set overheating? There is nothing in the manual that speaks to this issue. thank you

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I have the same TV and had the same problems. What worked for me. I tuned off the set unbluged the TV, waited about five minutes and replugged and resolved my problem. Hope this works for you.

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