Question about Televison & Video
That simply indicates that it was not the lamp that was faulty, there is a bad capacitor on either on the power panel or on the main panel.
Assess the main panel and the power panel and you will find the faulty capacitor, replace it with a new one and the television will be in good condition once again.
Take care and good luck
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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