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Blinking red light for lamp

One day my tv doesn't want to have picture,the red light was blinking says on the manual ,it's the lamp we already change it 2x,still the red light keep flashing.What seems to be the problem.I don't have no more warranty it expires last aug.07

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  • jmilleradkpm Jun 11, 2008

    I have the same problem with the blinking red light. I have checked the cover and the lamp assembly and it still just blinks. I am not sure however where the switches are to check.

  • testpilot84 Mar 08, 2009

    I've replaced the bulb and need to find the location of the second switch. I found the door switch. I cannot seem to get the red bulb light to stop blinking. The tv had just gone black and the light started blinking. Changing bulb didn't work. My email is testpilot84@hotmail.com. Help. Thank you

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I had the same problem at the time light engine discolored. The repair tech was so stumped after replacing the engine, al the tv would do is power on and then of leaving the lamp ligh blinking. I told the tech the the door switch had been very sensitive causing the problem. the tech ended up just disconnecting the switch and shorting the connector on the circuit board. To fix the promblem, the switch is located just behind the door to the left behind a flimsy piece of plastic. Shorting the two wires in the connector on the switch would save a sevice call. other wise it would require a service call to replace the switch.

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Would you please email me and help me how to fix my blinking red lights.

jcudia1941@gmail.com
than's so much

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

Hello, would you mine helping me ,I donot know where those switches are located

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Do you have an email addr. ?

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

  • Lashawn Robinson Apr 10, 2008

    This means that either of the two switches are not closed. Either the Lamp Door Switch and/or the Lamp Switch

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