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t does sound like a bulb problem, either its over heating and shutting
off to protect itself, or its already shot. Give a TV repair shop a
call and see if they can give you an approximate price, then decide to
ditch or repair it.
CHEAP TV VIDEO REPAIRS Can't be 100% sure but the most likely cause of the problem is bad solder connections in the switch mode power supply or on the vertical output IC, or anywhere on the main or picture tube circuit boards, due to age and switching on and off TV's develop bad solder connections when cold the connection is made and when it warms up due to heat expansion the connection breaks, you will need to be handy with a soldering iron, and discharge all power supplies with something like a 100 Watt globe before soldering or you may blow things up and do really serious damage, and be warned TV 's have very high voltages 360 volts DC in the SMPS primary and over 20,000 volts to the picture tube, so be careful.
this worked for me what i did is: turn on projector then undo the light panel when its on the projector then will cut off, now the light panel pushes down on the hidden safety switch take a screw driver and push down on the switch, the projector will turn on then wait for about 8 sec then release the projector will turn off, repeat step several times until the light flickers, then do a couple more times and the light should come on and should stay steady turn off and let cool for 10 min, this worked for me hope it works for you!
ok hi there now inside a rear projection tv is 3 globes i big mirrior
and all the wires are under now it sounds like you do need to replace the globes but to be sure the others are ruined you can pull it apart take the screen off
so now u can see inside u will see three bulbs full of liquid
make sure none is leaking as they can
then turn on your tv (its all safe) put on a channel and look at the bulbs to see if one or any aint workin
if there are working turn tv off and get a lint free cloth or tissue and wipe the top of the bulbs do not turn them adjust them at all
need any more help im chris07551
According to Sharp it is a software problem. Engineer came, installed software update ,10 minute job.....TV worked fine for 1/2 day unfortunately: Then images turned black and white in all channels TV turned itself off, and stanby and OPC buttons started flashing. When TV came back on its own 10 mins later , screen had 2 large square staines superimposed in image (as if it was a burnt screen)...Engineer will be back next week...all quite sad really for a new TV.....will keep u posted
Yup, it seems a lamp problem can give a blinking green light over the 10 times (1 - 10 times for diagnostic codes), but in my case rather than replace the bulb if it works for a minute then resets with the green light blinking, do what I did. Take the lamp out and inspect it, it has breather screens top and bottom, if it cant breath because there clogged with dust, clean them, and you can remove the screens, use q-tips and clean the inside. I saved the cost of a lamp and it's working fine!