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Replacing a lamp won't work. There is not even one lamp in your TV. I'm afraid the lightening has done more damage than can be repaired. Even when some tech manages to repair te error, the TV can have the next error in days or weeks.
Try reading something about ESD. Electro Static Discharge and what it does to electronics. Electrostatic discharge
Your TV might very easily be destroyed now, from lightening damage. Lightening can come in on the cable, on the power line, all sorts of unexpected ways. I've personally been struck by lightening, plenty hard enough to destroy almost any electronic device... and I was working in a basement at the time.
This sort of problem is most common in vehicles that have been in recent accident.Whats happening is the ground portion of the circuit has poor connection at one of the ground wire clusters.(honda groups several ground wires from seperate circuits into one connector that in turn bolts to the body.)what happens is where that common connector attaches to frame of car gets crushed in collision and or is left loose.One or more of these electrical circuits then continuously searches for its next route to complete a power loop,which is through the first ground in cluster that makes a strong connection to frame. this causes circuits to cross with each other.As in whats happening with your wipers and courtesy light circuits.unfortunately at the moment i dont have electrical schematic in ft of me for your car to be able to tell you exactly where that ground cluster would be located at.Most likely it will be located in the area behind headlights, behind inner fender liners, or along strut towers front or rear.But can promise that this is the culprit behind your problem.Good Luck,Joel
Make sure when measuring voltages that your'e on the proper ground, all TV's this day has two grounds. The HIT has #'s near the components, LED's that light or do not light. YES, get info to trouble shoot further.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
Good Day; Make sure when measuring voltages that your'e on the proper ground, all TV's this day has two grounds. The HIT has #'s near the components, LED's that light or do not light. YES, get info to trouble shoot further. Good Luck, big IRISH.