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I found a website under Suburban Electronic Wholesaler  

http://www.suburban-electronics.com/display/LSUC0022/LSUC0022

( 800-341-5353)  they say the repair kit will work for all models that uses

a TYLA1000 OR TYLA1500 BULB, ergo our PT50LC14 uses a TYLA1000.

I'm trying it myself.

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I don't know if anyone is still reading this 7 year old thread. I've been following it for several years knowing that my PT-50LC13 would eventually fail. I bought the LSUC0022 kit a while ago to be prepared.

 

Well, it finally happened. Replacing the lamp did no good and I still got the flashing green followed by flashing red. So I followed brogers instructions and replaced everything in the kit except for the transistor. Turned the set on and it worked. 

 

So I put it back together using the 30 or so screws. Powered it on. Uh oh. Flashing green followed by flashing red.

 

I took it apart again an immediately noticed that F1301 was blown. I still had the original fuse so I compared them. The original was a 250V 5A time delay ceramic fuse. The replacement was a 125V 5A standard (not time delay) glass fuse.

 

So I stuck the original fuse back in the unit and it fired up and has been working since.

 

Thank you brogers and everyone! I may get a few more years out of this TV.

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<p>I don't know if anyone is still reading this 7 year old thread. I've been following it for several years knowing that my PT-50LC13 would eventually fail. I bought the LSUC0022 kit a while ago to be prepared.</p>
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<p>Well, it finally happened. Replacing the lamp did no good and I still got the flashing green followed by flashing red. So I followed brogers instructions and replaced everything in the kit except for the transistor. Turned the set on and it worked. </p>
<p> </p>
<p>So I put it back together using the 30 or so screws. Powered it on. Uh oh. Flashing green followed by flashing red.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>I took it apart again an immediately noticed that F1301 was blown. I still had the original fuse so I compared them. The original was a 250V 5A time delay ceramic fuse. The replacement was a 125V 5A standard (not time delay) glass fuse.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>So I stuck the original fuse back in the unit and it fired up and has been working since.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Thank you brogers and everyone! I may get a few more years out of this TV.</p>
Is anyone out there looking for parts or one of these tvs? I have a 60" version in Cincinnati, Ohio. It looks to be the ballast again. I have 2 lamps for, including the one in the tv. About 15 months ago I cleaned out the entire inside and performed the blue polarizing filter fix (not perfect but pretty good IMO) and put in a rebuilt ballast. After that I swore that it was out on the next problem.

Now it turns itself off after a few minutes with a voltage error. If you want a project here you go .. till, let's say the 19th of June. First come first served.

Cincinnati, Ohio, available till June 19.

PM me ..
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