I woke up one morning and the TV was off...I didn't hear a pop or anything. When I would try to turn the TV on it would just buzz (like something was warming up) and 5 sec. later the TV would turn off. It is now 3 weeks later... The TV's audio goes on and the screen is black. The lights by the power button are solid red for 10 sec and then the green blinks fast and the TV turns off...this continues until you turn the TV off.
This just happened to me and it was the bulb. A fast easy way to check is to unplug your tv, remove the side door on the left side (left side if you are looking at the screen) and remove the 2 screws holding in the bulb case and remove. If there is glass in there and the wires are just hanging out inside the bulb, its done. Replace bulb and all is good again.
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Re: 62 in. DLP Toshiba model # 62HM14
This is a problem that a lot of sets are having the overcurrent protection circuit is turning of the set dur to components going bad and drawing excessive current. Now the fix of the day is to replace the two convergence modules, but I am begining to think that something is seriously wrong with these sets and by just replacing the convergence modules you are actually hiding the problem rather then fixing it. So I would ask that you take this set to a qualified tv repair shop, and ask them for a repair report on the work done to get your set working and why did they take the action that they did. But if you just want to get the set up and running here goes the parts that have been failing are the two STK392-110 replacing these "fix" the problem at times. Some forums even have folks replacing the stk392-110s with the STK392-150s, let me warn you, this upgrade requires the changing of the bias resistors, and I would advise you to get a schematic, in aiding you in your quest to repair this set.
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The tv projection Lamp shutdown 3-4 mins,than u hear alot of clicking noises sound too?Yes,than the board that call the Ballast board it is dead too.The Ballast board only job are to help to ignite the projection Lamp only.
when you turn it off your light blinks because your internal fans are still spinning allowing the inside of the chassis to cool off, hence the reason you dont watch a DLP TV and then unplug it. DLP's are JUNK
You have probably have installed the wrong lamp or you installed a third party/off brand Lamp. If that is the case anything other than a Factory replacement Lamp will have a different color temprature. Install a Lamp that is listed from the manufacture.
This isn't gonna help you, but I have the same problem on my 62HM15A, think we have about the same tv, widescreen DLP,?
My TV does the same thing powers with a blining lite then powers off. First it powered on with sound no pic, then would shut down and power up again with pic and sound , now i gots a nothing just powering on and off until i shut the thing off manually.
thanks, just posted here in case some answers bipea's question and it relates to mine.