Question about RCA Televison & Video
It seems that you have either a defective lamp or ballast, i recommend that you replace the lamp first, if it doesn't work it means that it's most probable that your ballast doesn't have enought voltage to keep up with your lamp. I recommend you get a Philips lamp since it's going to give you a brighter image and also it has a longer life spand 6-8 thousand hours, on the other hand, the generic lamps last 3-6 thousand hours and the image is not that bright, so if you're looking for quality get the Philips.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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