I have a tv that turned black and on the bottom of screen it has three blinkers, thetop blinker is the power that turns on the tv. The second one towards the bottom is the turner, which is off. After that is the lamp blinker that is also off. Now when I turn on the tv the power blinker turns on for a couple of seconds, but eventually it turns off and the lamp blinker turns on. We believe it’s lamp that went off.The thing is that we want to fix it our selves, but we want know how to change lamp?
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Well to fix this your self, all you really need is the service manual for it. It contains detailed information on repair's and step by step information on how to do it. it also has troubleshooting codes and solutions etc.. To find one , google your tv brand tv model service manual..
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With the left blinker on check for power on the black wire. If there is power than the ground is bad on that wire. You will need to trace it to its grounding point making sure there is no corrosion in the wire, the wire is not broken, and the ground is clean.
If that checks out you may have a bad socket. I think the sockets on these plug into the harness. You can try swapping the socket to the other side and see if the problem follows.
I think this may be the same problem these trucks have had for years take the taillight apart and check the circuts that go from the wireing to the bulbs dont know if this will help you also you can check the plug at the taillight to see if there is power there with the blinker on
The do not run off the same fuse but they do run off the same blinker. Try turning on the key, click the left/right (check both) turn signal and then operate the 4 ways on and off at the same time. Work the 4 way switch back and forth 10 to 25 times and see if you get any short winks or blinks from the system. Turn signals are usually on their own fuse in the glove box and hazard are on with the brake fuse. If this does not work, I would look at the blinker. It is possibly bad. Check each pin of the blinker and see if there is power there when you turn on the 4 ways or turn signals. Replace Blinker. Make calls to parts stores and dealer for location of this blinker.
You need to check for power coming out of the turn signal switch with a test light, or voltmeter. On older Chevys, the R/F turn signal wire is dark blue. Check the color of your wire at the bulb socket, then locate the turn signal switch connector, and probe that color wire with the ignition switch on, and turn signal switch in the right position. If you have power coming out of the T/S switch, you have bad connection, or open circuit between it and the bulb socket.
NO PROBLEM TURN ON THE RIGHT BLINKER THEN WALK AROUND THE CAR MAKE SURE FRONT AND REAR BULBS ARE FLASHING... IF YOU HAVE A BULB OUT YOU WILL NOT OFFER ENOUGH OF A LOAD TO THE FLASHER... WILL CAUSE IT TO FLASH FAST... IF OK THEN MAKE SURE THE PROPER BULB NUMBER ON BULBS AND MAKE SURE CORRECT BULBS USED IN VEHICLE.... IF OK CHANGE FLASHER
happened in my 1997 dodge avenger, go ahead and replace the complete turn signal behind the plastic on the columb, very easy to do, 3 screws under the columb, 2 screws on the black plastic side of the turnsignal swithch facing the drivers side door, unplug, put in new or one out of junk yard, thats what i did and it fixed no problem...
I had a SIMILAR problem for months. I thought the solenoid in the emergency blinker button was broken (because that was where the abnormal blinking would come from) but that wasn't the problem.
Take the top cover off of the steering column.
Remove the three screws from the underneath side of the column and remove the bottom cover.
(this may be a pain in the **** to get back on later!)
there is one screw on the top of the column that you must remove and then the whole blinker assembly will slide right off the top.
Disconnect the harnesses at the back of if it and take it to a workstation...here's where your problem is.
On the blinker side back side remove the cover screws and notice that the copper plate the blinker switch moves across is probably full of dirty grease that is probably preventing good contact or abnormal blinking. Take care to remove the grease from the plate and from between the different gaps along it's path.
Re-assemble and take care to push in a couple little switch/buttons when placing the blinker assembly back on the column.
I hope this helps. Since you are having a problem with irregular timing on your issue then, IN MY OPINION, you have something that must be making irregular contact. This really isn't too bad of a repair and if you'd rather just buy new parts (though I don't know why you would) it's about 60 bucks at autozone or probably around 15-20 at a U-pull-It type auto salvage.