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Replaced bulb on panasonic projection tv and the tv still wont work. is it a ballast problem?

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SOURCE: where do iget a ballast for a panasonic pt50lc14?

my recomendation would be save your money, and spend it on a new tv. by the time you pay for it you could of bought yourself a new tv...even though it wouldn't be a 50" you'll be much happier in the long run.........

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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Sounds TV needs Ballast Supply board replacement, it is available in Part Store.

If you wish to replace above board by yourself, should have service manual copy that is available HERE for small fee.
Or call local TV tech for fix.
Thanks.


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SOURCE: is the ballast on the panasonic 52lcx66 a one

The ballast is seperate from the light engine it is a circuit board.

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Part# LSEB3087A

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SOURCE: panasonic projection tv model # pt56lcz7 no picture, bulb out?

My system is doing the same thing... runs for ten minutes an then no piture and no sound, I just get a blinking green light.

I was thinking heat was the problem, I opened it and vacumed it out. This did nothing.

Now , is it the powersupply or the lamp? Would a bad lamp also cut the sound?


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Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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Edwin, sounds like you might be having a problem with your Ballast. The Ballast is what fires up lamp. Typically if this is an older unit, when you replace the bulb, you will have to replace your ballast as well. It is harder to fire up a new bulb, then it is to fire up an old bulb. That's why you wouldn't notice the problem until you changed your bulb.

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The most common cause of Panasonic Rear Projection LCD TVs not starting is bulb failure. The PT-60LC13 users manual gives some help in translating the LEDs on the front of the TV.

If the TV worked normally for a period of time (months or years) and won't start, the most likely cause is bulb failure. There is no way to measure the bulb, sometimes the bulb is visibly damaged when it fails. Remove the Lamp Assembly and look at the bulb.

If there was an On-Screen Lamp Replace warning and TV won't start, bulb has failed.

The first step with all Panasonic Rear Projection TV "No Picture" problems is bulb replacement. If that does not remedy the problem, get a technician, there are no user serviceable parts. Guessing if the ballast, power supply, controller board or optical engine is faulty is not practical.

The Panasonic Lamp Gallery shows all Panasonic models and Lamp Numbers. There is also a link to Panasonic DIY bulb and lamp replacement.

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After lamp replacement, make sure that lamp cover is properly fixed on its location and if TV still does not turn On then it is ballast power supply issue, qualified TV tech will fix it.
If you think you can repair ballast supply and have enough knowledge about TV repair, let me know to provide you technical info about that.

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Sounds TV needs Ballast Supply board replacement, it is available in Part Store.

If you wish to replace above board by yourself, should have service manual copy that is available HERE for small fee.
Or call local TV tech for fix.
Thanks.


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my recomendation would be save your money, and spend it on a new tv. by the time you pay for it you could of bought yourself a new tv...even though it wouldn't be a 50" you'll be much happier in the long run.........

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Take the bulb out, there should be a access panel in the front, power the set on,(be sure to have the lamp door closed) if you hear a rapid ticking noise from the set, the Ballast is trying to fire the lamp, this is a good indication that the set is functional but the lamp needs to be replaced. If not, the ballast is not getting the voltage needed to start the lamp.

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It very well could be the ballast. I unfortunately have this tv and keep extra bulbs because they go out about once a year. Last time when I replaced the bulb the tv blinked and the red lamp light flashed like it does when the bulb is bad. Ballast repair kit fixed it up. This is certainly a design issue but you'll get no help from Panasonic. If tv comes on the goes out after a while, clean the fan filter.

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At first i was thinking the ballast had gone bad but after reading a few other post i think it would be best to call pannasonic..
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ballast had gone bad. Panasonic no longer makes these ballasts so mine needed to be rebuilt at the tune of $400.00.

With the ballast in place still nothing so now they claim that they need to order a "kit" from Panasonic which basically is all the components of my tv.

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Going through bulbs that quickly would indicate to me a problem with the ballast or smps (switch mode power supply). It's not something you want to just run out and replace (expensive).. Call a reputable shop and tell them what you're experiencing.
I do know that they should check the value of C1330 in ballast circuit. If it is a .22uf, There is an upgrade kit available for it, panasonic p/n# LSUC0022

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