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Akai PT50DL24 50 in DLP Rear Projection TV-NO PIC OR SOUND

Hi! I have an Akai PT50DL24 50 in DLP Rear Projection TV, and when I turn the TV on the green bulb lamp just flashes. I replaced the bulb and still occurring. The light flashes for about 3 minutes. I can see the bulb is on but I have no picture or sound.

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Check for popped or raised tops on caps in power supply. also try unplugging set for 5 minutes and resetting it. How about does your color wheel spin up? if your color wheel don't startup then your tv will also shut down. also check all fans they all should be running at turn on. if all fails i would say its your light engine.

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