I had a projection bulb go out and after replacing it, i went to turn it on it clicks once, and the orange light starts blinking, then it clicks again and the light goes to red.
this light does not blink on the bulb indicator...
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I have a wd-57731 The lamp light blinked orange. i replaced the lamp turned the tv on and the timer blinks green for one minute and then the lamp light blinks orange again. It won't turn on. Can you suggest anything?
What you need is to have the lamp timer reset. To do so, perform the following;
You will need two hands.
With the remote, press and hold down the "mute" button.
Simultaneously press and hold down the "enter" button on the front of the TV.
After about 5 seconds, a box will appear that shows the total number of hours on the lamp. To reset these hours, press the right arrow button on the remote. After doing so, another box will appear with a confirmation question and an icon for which button on the remote to press to reset the lamp hours.
Make sure properly connected and tightly sure cover put on and screws in,if change projection bulb,still blinking "LAMP" LED indication light.But,if "LAMP"LED indication flashes and making clicking noise.Ur Ballast board also dead.Require replacement,this Ballast board help to ignite the projection bulb.
If the second light is blinking to orange or red, that is usually the lamp indicator light on an LG DLP tv. That indicates your bulb needs replaced, or something surrounding the bulb has failed (like the cooling fan for the bulb for example) IF you have a spare bulb handy, I'd replace the bulb, keeping in mind if you touch any part of a new bulb with your bare hands, you just cut the life of the bulb by more then half.