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Thought my Toshiba DLP needed bulb replaced, so I thought. New bulb did not fix issue. TV tries to come on, but cycles several times and then finally comes on (not always). I have no idea what the problem could be. No other symptoms. Color is fine.

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  • mako4848 Mar 31, 2011

    Useally after 5 or 6 cycles. When I say cycles I'm talking about how it turns it's self on and off over and over trying to come on. Once on will work fine for hours untill I it shut off.

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How long does it take for set to come on and when set is ON How Long wil it Play?

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    ladywinn Mar 31, 2011

    If the Tv gets to the point Lamp will not light then problem could be Ballast Board,
    Ballast board is what powers Lamp on, and if the Lamp Fan is going bad then Lamp will light and play sometimes and then it will stop coming on all toghether.
    Have you made sure Tv is clear of all dust on Fans, Air vents ?

  • mako4848 Mar 31, 2011

    I'll take a look. Thanks. From the sound of it I believe it to be the ballast board bested on the other research I've just done on-line. Thanks for the help.

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