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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jvc tv
when both the blue light and red light are blinking it means 1 of 3 things. 1. lamp replacement. This often works everytime for the repair. TIP!!! DO NOT USE ANY OTHER LAMPS OTHER THAN JVC AUTHENTIC LAMPS. ANY OTHERS AND YOU RISK DAMAGING YOUR TV FURTHER. 2. the fans are not working properly or need to be replaced. They need to be cleaned every so often and they will stop working from burn-out if not done so. This repair will cost you less than 100 dollars. 3. The ballasts are defective and need to be replaced. The ballasts themselves run about 150 dollars. I tell you I have fixed this TV more times than I care to count, not to mention the number of lamps I have gone through. The guy at the TV repair place now knows me by name when i come to buy lamps. :(
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Although this is rare, the problem is the lamp driver board, commonly called the ballast board. Follow the leads back from the lamp an you will find a smallish rectangular board with one large connector and one small one (besides the two wires going to the lamp). If you feel confident, they can be ordered from a Sony parts distributor such as Vance Baldwin or Union Electronics Distributor for about $115 - $150
Just search under the parts for "Sony" "ballast" and the model number of your TV. Or just call them at their 1-800 number.
If you dont feel confident, you can have a shop repair it for about $450
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
It normally means the lamp is in need of being replaced, and its all depending on the use of the TV as well as how long the lamp life is. You should be able to access the lamp via a small section near the rear or the back of the TV unit, if the lamp is blown or faulty it will look the same as a blown light globe.
To obtain a new lamp contact the brands authorised repair agent as they will be able to get trade prices and in turn, give you the best price,
Also make sure that whoever replaces the lamp resets the lamp use time as the TV will still not start if you don't reset the lamp use time as it will still think it has a faulty lamp. I hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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