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Hello! First: disconnect any signal source from your TV, including cable. Unplug TV off the wall or power strip. Let it sit for a minute or two. Plug power back in. TV might turn on itself, might not. Depends on configuration. Turn it on manually, using set's "power" button. Observe the behavior. Lines? TV need repair! Not an armature job. Lines gone? start to connect signal sources back, starting with cable. Observe the picture. No lines? Proceed to the next source: DVD player, and so on. At some point lines might return. Make note, what source causes the problem. Then, you may know what to do next. good luck, Alex.
The TV has two power status functions on the same button. First power on the Tv by pressing firmly on the power button displays a ready to use functionality where the TV may not necessarity display any thing on the screen just yet. Second, using the remote control by pressing on the power should display the ready signal screen like before. However, ascertain that the power cables connecting the TV to source of curent is not been disconnected along the entire circuitary. Check on the power outltet sources on the one aspect, and the connection side of the TV. Thereafter, the TV should be ready to be powered on by pressing.
Unplug the tv for about a minute - plug it in and press the reset button on the front of the tv - hold it until the light blinks. The set should come on in a minute of two - if not try the same routine again.
The easiest thing to do is switch off the power at the wall socket, or disconnect the plug completely. Then leave everything off for 5 minutes. After that reconnect and there is a very good chance the set will respond.
It looks like your ballast board is going bad, this is a common problem for DLP TV's the ballast board is the power source to the lamp and if for any reason this board does not send enough energy to the lamp it will turn off, It looks like your ballast it starting to get weak it gathers enough energy to turn on but gets weak again and turn back off you have a new lamp and it requires for the ballast to be working at it's full potential
Is the status light yellow or red? If it is yellow, then check the dust filter cover. That cover might be off or not secure. If the status light is red and blinking, then try unplugging the TV for a minute. If the error doesn't resolve the TV needs service. If it is out of warranty, you might want to open up the set and look for any obvious problems on the circuit boards (scorch marks, soot, bulging or leaking capacitors (look like cylinders on tripods)).
Manually turn on the device you wish to scan for (e.g. TV)
Perform Power Scan by pressing and holding (approximately 3
seconds)the desired DEVICE MODE button TV, VCR, CBL, DVD or SAT until
the status indicator light begins to blink.
Press and release the PWR (power) button. The status indicator light will stop blinking and stay ON at this point.
Press and release slowly and patiently the blue UP ( ? )
button to scan forward through the code database. To scan backward
through the code database, press and release the blue DOWN ( ? )
button. Each time you press the up or down arrow, the remote will try
and turn off the device (TV, VCR etc) you originally selected.
When the device (TV,VCR etc.) responds by shutting off, press the ENTER button. This will store the code
in memory and you will see three blinks of the status
indicator light to confirm the code input. Be patient, there are over
100 codes to search through.
My LG LCD HD TV was doing the same thing. I would turn it on and within about 10 minutes the screen would go black.
After much research and troubleshooting I ended up having to send it out for servicing.
Before you do that, try these steps
Is your TV plugged in to a power strip, splitter, UPS or other power sharing device? If so, plug it directly in to a wall outlet. If the TV is getting low power it can cause issues
Does your TV have other video sources plugged in to it? (Example, Digital Cable, DVD Player,XBox 360) If so, try a different source and see if the problem still happens. If the problem does away, it could be the source. If the problem still happens then its still a problem :-)