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Username: Rick2424

Post Number: 1
Registered: May-11
A buddy gave me his Samsung HLR5067 tv because after he replaced the lamp once, he used it for about 5 months.
Then one day the tv wouldn't turn on.

Here are the symptoms.
* I hear the welcome chime and fans begin to spin
* I think I hear a low hum coming from the color wheel
* If you're facing the rear of the TV looking into the parts
Towards the right side I hear a click which I think is coming from the white electronic board
* The TV then seems to do start over the process from the welcome chim.
* The lamp never lights
* At the end of the cycle all 3 led notifications are blinking
Standby/Lamp/Timer

What I have done
I have replaced the lamp
I have replaced the ballast
I have replaced the color wheel
I tried resetting the lamp counter or whatever (Mute,1,8,2,power)
The blue switched is being held down

After each replacement the problem never deviated.

I've been reading a ton of old posts here about similar problems but they aren't exactly this one. I get ZERO video from the tv.
Some people said that you should see the ballast spark or something like that? I don't.

It seems TO ME as the problem is failing after that 1st click coming from the white board on the right side of the tv. But who knows.

Any ideas what else this could be?
 

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Username: Mccambley

BREEZY POINT, NY USA

Post Number: 856
Registered: Jun-05
What I have done
I have replaced the lamp
I have replaced the ballast
I have replaced the color wheel
I tried resetting the lamp counter or whatever (Mute,1,8,2,power)
The blue switched is being held down

How much did all this cost for a TV that does not work? Even if you get it up and runnuing you see all the problems that are posted here how long will it last. Cut your losses and get a Panasonic Plasma.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004M8SBHK
 

New member
Username: Rick2424

Post Number: 2
Registered: May-11
The same friend that gave the tv, gave me bunch of parts so right now it has cost me nothing.
 

Silver Member
Username: Mccambley

BREEZY POINT, NY USA

Post Number: 858
Registered: Jun-05
Try replacing the TV next. Sunday 5/14/11 NY Daily News ad for P.C.Richard one week only:
Panasonic Plasma TCP42X3 $387.97
Panasonic Plasma TCP50X3 $586.97
 

New member
Username: Rick2424

Post Number: 3
Registered: May-11
Very cool and thanks! I'll check it out.

Anyone have any ideas?
 

Gold Member
Username: Magfan

USA

Post Number: 2314
Registered: Oct-07
Casey is on the right track.
DLP, of which I think Mitsubishi is the last new seller, is a money sink technology.
My neighbor's DLP is going south and I recently took my Sony RPTV out of service, too.

If you are dead-set on fixing this, find a manual and see what the 3 lamps blinking signals.
Did you notice corrosion on any of the lamp leads? Any crimped connections? I always told people to replace those wires when replacing the lamp.
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