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Apparently the lit lamda warning light means there is a problem with the emissions system, indicating that the engine management system is no longer able to control the fuel mixture. It means you need to take your Volvo in for service.
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JVC LT-46AM73 LCD TV won't turn on after power outage. ...LCD & LED TV Repair - No Image & Blank Black ScreenFlashlight Test - How to ...
What you need is to have the lamp timer reset. To do so, perform the following;
You will need two hands.
With the remote, press and hold down the "mute" button.
Simultaneously press and hold down the "enter" button on the front of the TV.
After about 5 seconds, a box will appear that shows the total number of hours on the lamp. To reset these hours, press the right arrow button on the remote. After doing so, another box will appear with a confirmation question and an icon for which button on the remote to press to reset the lamp hours.
Yes,the tv projection bulb life is ending.Sometime the LED light indication "LAMP"light up or blinkig,tv still work,because it just giving u a little advance warning that all.The "LAMP" LED indicaton light,light up right?
If TV is completely dead, no green/orange light, no any clicking sounds after you unplug it from the wall outlet and plug it back in - it is a problem with Power Board. Best case scenario - It's just a fuse that needed to be replaced. You have to remove back cover and locate fuses (1-4) on the board that power cord is attached to. You have to use multimeter to check it. If fuses are OK - next step is to replace whole power board. But before you do anything - make sure you got power out of the wall outlet and/or your power strip is in working condition.
Recommend opening it up and looking at the power board and see if there are any visible Bulged or leaking capacitors.
Bad caps are a major source of computer and LCD no post problems.
If you find em, then just find replacements with the same uF and voltage and solder them out/in.