The power button indicates power is going in but no picure, no sound just a small click or something like a relay or something tripping in side . Power light flickers and nothing. Has been unplugged for 2 days plug in no change.
NO GREEN LIGHT, RED LIGHT FLICKERS, WENT BLANK ALL AT ONCE, CRACKLING SOUND, NOW SMAL CLICK WHEN TURNED ON, NO PICTURE, NO SOUND
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the relay is the safety protective device..sometimes a defective component or something. maybe an overloaded power supply might caused this problem..so before any thing could gets worst..the relay will shut the unit..
assuming something isnt blown it sounds like you are having the same problem as me. when you remove the top of the of cover of the unit you will need to look in the back left hand corner of the unit where the power cable comes in. next to the fuse is a small black box that has a relay inside. you will need to remove the outside cover of this relay. make sure the power is unplugged on the unit before you go playing around the 120v input area, but once the power is removed, you will need to remove that cover. you should be able to get it with your fingers, but if not grap it with a pair of needle nose or something. more than likely the cover will crack if not break into a million pieces due to being brittle from years in the heat of your amp. its ok if it does. inside of this you will see a small relay which looks like a coil of small copper wire. on the top (side opposite the board it is connected to) is a silver piece of metal and if you push down on it, it should move like a lever causing two small copper pieces to the left to make contact. (warning: if you know about electronics and relays skip to the next paragraph) basically the coil of wire is an electromagnet. when you try to turn on the unit it powers that electromagnet pulling the shiny piece on top down as long as the unit has power forcing those to copper pieces together, which allows voltage to pass through the circuit just like flipping a light switch.
Your relay is too weak for whatever reason to force the circuit shut and will either click one good time or maybe a couple of times. you may even find that if you keep hitting the button it will come on eventually. unless you are good at soldering and want to waste the money I dont suggest replacing the relay. what I did for the cheapest fix possible was use some electrical tape and wrapped it around the relay forcing the contacts permanantly closed. Now be warned that if something else is wrong with your unit, or you short something in the future you may or may not have the type of protection you would normally have because this relay will not open. it may just blow the internal fuse if something shorts, it may fry the unit. I cant say for sure, because I havnt had that happen. so avoid shorting things or throwing bits of metal shavings and screws inside the unit while powered and you should have a working unit.
Tv have "LAMP" indication LED light blinking?The tv projection lamp is dead,require changing.Hearing alot of clickings sound too?Mean the board,call the Ballast board is dead.Require change the Ballast too.The Ballast board,the board that help to ignite the projection lamp.
you lamp is bad. even if it looks good, its not firing (you're seeing the spark gap fire, indicating this). the lamp is customer replacable and roughly $200. the 5 blink error is a general shutdown error