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I have the same problem with my tv. it tries to power up and just keeps blinking (it makes a buzzing noise too) i had it fixed once and was told it was the ballast, but why would it blow again? can u please help!!!!
what should this cost?

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Buzzing noise could be the color wheel

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

Its the lamp, probably used generic one when fixed...

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