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I own a hitachi #50ux26b rear projection and it shuts off after about ten seconds. Please help

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This is a common senario for the HITACHI 50UX26B
Shuts Down Randomly. May Take 2 Hours Or 2 Minutes.

2/19/03 : Shoreline Electronics
After Pulling The Chassis & Resolder All Heatsinked Parts & Connectors (None Looked Suspicious To Begin With) Problem Still Existed.

Replacing The Strm6511 (Ici1901) Fixed The Set. Changed The 2 Small Electrolytics Next To It For Good Measure.


So from a professional that has fixed this specific model multiple times, this is what is suggested, replace the strm6511 and the 2 electorlystics and you should be good to go. Let me know if you need any further help

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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