One day my tv doesn't want to have picture,the red light was blinking says on the manual ,it's the lamp we already change it 2x,still the red light keep flashing.What seems to be the problem.I don't have no more warranty it expires last aug.07
I had the same problem at the time light engine discolored. The repair tech was so stumped after replacing the engine, al the tv would do is power on and then of leaving the lamp ligh blinking. I told the tech the the door switch had been very sensitive causing the problem. the tech ended up just disconnecting the switch and shorting the connector on the circuit board. To fix the promblem, the switch is located just behind the door to the left behind a flimsy piece of plastic. Shorting the two wires in the connector on the switch would save a sevice call. other wise it would require a service call to replace the switch.
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Change the tv projection lamp inside the tv.The tv projection lamp life cycle has ended.U used this tv every day like 3 or 4 hours wright and the tv been in used for like 3 or 4 years already wright?Yes?Than ur projection lamp has die and it life cycle has ended.Change a new projection lamp for the tv than the tv should work again.
If the tv projection lamp already been inside the tv now like a 1 1/2 or 2 years?Tv used it every day like 4 or 5 hrs every days?Yes?Than it is the tv projection lamp have to be replace,because the tv projection lamp life span have ended.
Are the red and green lights blinking at the same rate or not? If the green light is blinking every 3 seconds and the red light is blinking every 1/2 second, the lamp door is not properly secured. If both lights are blinking at 1 second intervals, try replacing the lamp. If a new lamp doesn't solve the problem, the TV needs service.
Panasonic PT50LC13 lamp indicator blinks to tell you the lamp is faulty.
You need to replace the bulb or TY-LA1000 lamp assembly. This link displays all Panasonic TV Lamps and TV Bulbs. This page shows Panasonic lamp location and How to Replace TYLA1000 bulb. TY-LA1000 Bulb Replacement requires the use of a long Philips Screwdriver to reach screws within the lamp cage.
Unplug AC power before removing the lamp and re-install all doors, etc, correctly before starting the TV. Vacuum any visible dust or lint from air vents and lamp area. Do not used forced air to blow out dust, big problems may result.
The user's manual has a description of what the Blinking LED indicators mean.
When the red light is lit press both the menu and device buttons in on the front of the set in together and hold for 5 seconds then record the two digit blink code that will repeat. I am assuming you will receive a 34 error or a 41Error. But let me know what blink code you get and I will assist you.
Your owner's manual for the television will contain a troubleshooting section that will describe the blinking codes for the various lights, and what they mean.
However, in your case, it probably means the light is burned out.
The bulb on my TV tends to burn out about every 16 months (I watch TV for many hours per day, so your experience may be different). If your TV is still under warranty, I would suggest you contact the store where it was purchased, or contact the manufacturer.
Hi, Symptom shows Lamp is weak in result and causing restart of TV again and again. Your TV requires new lamp as per following part number... A1085447A* LAMP BLOCK ASSY XL-2200U It is available in Sony Accessories Store for $200 and replacement procedure is written in instruction manual of TV.
Always buy Sony original lamp for TV and avoid aftermarket / cheap lamp for TV safety.