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Panasonic DLP PT-56DLX75--Flashes orange 6 times, pixelated darks

Panasonic DLP PT-56DLX75--Authorized service tech replaced entire assembly in back. Said lamp was still ok. Now even after this service, power indicator lamp flashes orange 6 times after TV on for about an hour. When picture is on, shadows of faces and dark walls look pixelated. Picture not as good as before problems surfaced. Thanks for your help I have the same issue on a Panasonic PT-56DLX75. Works great for about an hour then shuts off and displays a yellow/orange flashing light at the power button. I can unplug it and get it to come back on, but a few minutes later the problem returns. I've tried cleaning it out and making sure it wasn't a heat issue but with no change.

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SOURCE: How do I rest the lamp times on my DLP TV Panasonic PT-56DLX75/PT

The reset procedure is usually documented in the owner's manual. But if you can not locate that, please update this with the model number of hte set and we'll get that info for you. Please note that the procedure is relatively simple, but dependent upon the model number.

Thanks,
Dan

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SOURCE: PT-56DLX75 turns off red light flashes. Replaced

You need to first CK power supply board for Bad capacitors they will be vented,swollen or puffed up on top ,if you do not see any then try replacing Ballast Board it is what Powers Lamp. Call Encompas Parts Dustrubtion for Part numbers and Prices or Visit teir Website online!

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SOURCE: Ineed to reset the lamp

terryc43,

This should solve your problem.

1. Turn on the television.
2. Press the down button on the TV Display (not the remote)
3. While pressing the volume button, press the "split" or "PIP" button on the remote.

This should reset your lamp timer.

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating!!

hardrocko

Posted on Oct 28, 2010

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