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Re: Where to find replace bulbs
They are CRTs they are actually very exspensive. however you can get some at the following link that are used but fully guaranteed I work there as a support tech, and i know they parted out a samsung two weeks ago that had a bad Main board but the tubes are good and you can get both that you need for about half what one would cost anywhere else. they have free shipping and they include instructions on how to replace them and their tubes have the lenses and everything still on them. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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No it is not true that color wheels for this model aren't sold as stand alone you can find one on E-bay.The color wheel is approx $259.59 US.sorry don't know of a cheap place to install.Hope this helps you and have a nice day.
ballast failures are not that common in general. i would suspect the color wheel before the ballast. do you hear a whirring noise when the tv is trying to turn on. sometimes the color wheel will not spin correctly and the tv will not start as a result.
I just replaced my bulb (XL2400) on my rear projection TV. I go to plug the bulb back into the TV and I get the error (red light flashing) that indicates that the bulb or the door is not securely in place. Is there a trick to getting the bulb back into the proper place. I messed around with this for over three hours last night.
This is an ATC323H Chassis. The DM module could be the problem. Here is a factory Troubleshooting guide to confirm the correct operation of all of the Light Engine circuits. Be careful on this one because there is 20,000 volts present to fire the Lamp. You should call a good TV Tech in my opinion. http://www.repairworld.com/index.php?act=Attach&type=post&id=14822
The bulb is behind a removable panel on the right side of the T.V. Remove the two Phillips screws, then remove panel. You should see a black square thing, this has two more Phillips screws on it, by the way this is the bulb holder. Remove the two screws and pull on the silver handle, and that should be it. The bulb you need can be found here, http://lamps-dlp.com/ProductDetail.asp?PartNumber=6912V00006C&A=G&B=6912 hope that helps you.
The looks of the bulb are no indication that it's okay. How many hours of operation do you have on that bulb? The bulbs are average rated for 5000 hours, but its been my experience that they usually last on average 3000 hours. Try replacing the bulb and then check and rest the buld hours counter.. Best place I've found for purchasing the bulbs is DLP lampsource. They'll sell you just the bulb without the housing at a dramatic savings. http://www.dlplampsource.com/
To display the lamp time press [ 2 ] nine times. to reset press [ 3, mute, enter.] Or with the set in standby press [ display, 5, vol up, power ] then press [ jump 3.]
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