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Hitachi l42 vco4u red and blue light flash but set wont come on

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Good Day, peraltap73;
Lights flashing like crazy? First try unplugging the A/C cord from the wall for 3 to 5 minutes then plug TV back in. If that does not FIXYA TV, please call an Authorized Service Center To come out to your home and give you an estimate of the repairs.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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SOURCE: my hitachi 50ux58b red light comes on but tv wont come on.

check diod d915
check d196
check for open fuse on the B+ side

replace c707 1000uf @ 2KV
replace IC 901 and H.O.T location Q777
hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Red lights flashing on the front of my hitachi LCD tv

Replace Lamp/Bulb.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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Mine has just done the same and the power board has been taken away by tv tech for repair, seems the power board on these vestel/hitachi tv's are not very good. Fourth one I have learned about. Stoots

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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Pls check that model number........the problem description does not match that of a 1999 crt proj tv.........I believe yours is a newer lcd projection around 4 or 5 yr old?? Lamp light flashing on any brand is indicative of the lamp not lighting . The lamp is the most likely cause,but the ballast board can cause this as well..................you should see an access door refer to owner book of the correct model and you can replace yourself...........it may cost around $200 and avaiolable at encompass parts .com Hitach distributor

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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