Question about Televison & Video
First of all, get the appropriate screwdriver, then you open up the cover of the television.
Open up the television. By the panel you will see the ballard and where it is connected.
Then you can carefully disconnect the ballast and replace it with the new one you got for it.
Ensure the capacitors are working perfectly fine before replacing the ballast because the problem might be from the capacitor. If the capacitor connecting power to the ballast is faulty, the ballast will not work.
Intermittent shut down can be caused by a bad lamp so i will advice you check it as well.
I hope my assistance was helpful.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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