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Toshiba TDP-P4 Defect Ballast The lamp starts for ahalf a second, just a little flash. Tried a new lamp same thing. I suspect the ballast. Used de service manual and from Power Supply it gets the 5v wich is needed for the ballast. Also the fans and color-wheel are running properly. Is see prices on the internet for this part 526-0090-04 around 261 dollars. Somebody got experience with this ballast? Or is there a cheaper replacement? Where to get? Thanx in advance!

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The 5v from the power supply is just the signal voltage. the ballast, once ignited, sends about 350vdc to strike the lamp for a few seconds then lowers to 40vdc to maintain it. unfortunately, $261 is a standard price for it.

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