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Remove the lamp cartridge and make sure the wiring is secure, if ok then reinstall, slowly and carefully making sure the lamp is seated correctly, do all this while the tv is unplugged - of course, also make sure the all the covers on the tv are securely installed or the tv will not power up. good luck
I have hitachi lcd rear projection tv model 60v500A at first I was getting a red spot on centar of tv with in two mounths the spot got bigger. I chanched the lamp but now i don't have a picture, the red indicator on tv is now blinking.
Did you make sure to put the lamp door back on? There is a safety switch that will not allow the set to turn on when the door is off. If that isn't it, then you could have a bad lamp ballast or even a bad lamp door switch. I would start there. If no luck there then you most likely have a problem on the power supply module, which could be just about anything on it. Good luck.
Was the tv working before you replaced the lamp? if it was then make shure you have reinstalled the new lamp and the door exactly as removed, there is a disconect switch on the door that has to close when the door is reinstalled,or sometimes the ballast may go bad at the same time.Hope tha t will help you fix it.
If you Google "60v500a light engine" you will learn a few things about this set which was first sold in 2003.
There are some class action lawsuits out there for several Hitachi models made at about the same time.
Most of the time these sets develop a discolored area fairly large in the middle of the screen---a lot of them had a large red or pink oval area but other colors are possible.
This set uses a LAMP for the light source and it directs the light into the optical light engine--at the top of the engine is a 3 inch lens that the picture comes out of and is directed into the mirror which puts it on the screen.
Lots of these sets develop a "burn" inside the engine from the heat--there are a series of lens and baffles inside---even slight separation inside will change the color in some area of the picture.
I am sorry to give you bad news but I have replaced a lot of these engines under extended and when they were new mfg. warranty.
The part is no longer available from Hitachi new--the only way to get one is to remove the one in the set and have it sent out for "rebuild" and the last time I saw one the engine was over 600 dollars at the wholesale level not counting the fact that it is major labor to replace.
Find someone in your area familiar with Hitachi and this model and you will see what I am talking about.
Even though this is not good news, I think it is what your problem is.
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I had the same problem with my 60V500A about a year ago. The screen got a red tint in the center and the image was fuzzy in that area. A new lamp didn't solve the problem. I did some checking and found out that the original light engine used in this model had a cooling issue that could cause the light engine to overheat and distort the LCD panels. My warranty had run out more than a year before this happened so I figured I was screwed since the light engine was so expensive. I decided to call Hitachi tech support and see if I could get a discount on the cost of a new light engine since the cooling problem was a known issue for this model TV. I calmly explained to them that I was aware of the cooling issue in the light engine and that I felt like a $4000 TV should last more than two or three years. Tech support gave me the phone number for my local authorized Hitachi service center and I gave them a call. Once the technician confirmed that it was the light engine that was the problem Hitachi sent him a replacement light engine at no cost to me. I was WAY past my warranty period so I still had to pay for the labor to replace the light engine. $300 for labor was a lot cheaper than buying a new light engine or tossing the TV and buying a new one. I have to say that Hitachi earned my respect for admitting there was a problem and doing what was needed to correct the problem more than a year after my warranty had expired.