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Tv will not turn on

I press the on button and lite just blinks I have the same issue. I just replaced the bulb. Any thoughts?

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Either the ballast or the DM. It will need to be trouble shooted to be sure. do you have the service manual for your set? You will need it if you plan on diagnosing the problem yourself. If you would like a link to purchase the factory service manual let me know

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