Question about Philips Magnavox 50ML8105D 50" HDTV DLP TV
Is the bulb properly secured as well as the lamp door? Sometimes if just the lamp is replaced into the old housing, it is easy to mix up the securing screws and have a longer one where it does not belong and as a result not allowing the housing to push in all the way.
If all is well, then I would suspect a bad ballast and/or bad power supply, but just buying a new one may be an expensive route. If you are able to, check them visually to see if any capacitors on these boards are bulged, blown or popped. If so, then there is the cause of your problem.
Be careful with the voltages and make sure the TV is unplugged before opening. TVs can still hold very high voltages even after unplugged, enough to kill a person, so don't open the TV if you are not comfortable with it. A good repairman should do this instead.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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