Question about Hitachi 50V500 50 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Good Day, eger00;
First, some clarification related to this Flowchart is necessary. The block which states * PSL #4 pin Voltage sequence is like below? a) high (3s) b) low (3s) c) high (15s) d) low (3s). This indicates seconds in which the ballast is attempting to light the Lamp. The Connector PSL is a very small connector that actually faces down with the ballast is installed. It is also very difficult to access. It's much easier to use the Spark Gap process for determining if the Ballast is attempting to fire up the Lamp. Take a look at the bottom of the flow chart below. If the Spark Gap sparks when trying to turn on the set, it's almost a guarantee that the ballast is working OK and it's the Lamp that's defective. Also, the LEDs on the front of the LCD will flash in sequence Left to right as this process is attempting to light the Lamp. The front LEDs doesn't guarantee that the ballast is functioning correctly, but it does indicate the System Control process for lighting the Lamp is working.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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