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How to determine if I need a new a ballast for my Mitsubishi dlp tv.. I just bought a new Osram bulb and it's working fine but now there's no picture. Need help!!

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If the ballast were bad the lamp would not light up.
First be sure you have no picture on each input source, if not then try resetting the unit by unplugging unit for 1minute, then plug back in & turn on.
If still no picture you may have problem with light engine or video circuit.

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It could be a dirty projection lense or the light engine is malfunctioning by a slipped lense in front of the color wheel or the light engine is dirty it self. They are not two hard to take out if the mounts have set marks on them then it is easy to put the engine the way it was.

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No check for bad capacitors on Power supply board they will be vented swollen or puffed up on top.
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Checking the lamp in another working television would be the best way to identify whether it is the ballast or the bulb which is the source of the problem.
Cheers. Thank You.

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