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I just replaced a lamp on my Panasonic PT43LC14 43. Now when I turn it on, the lamp turns on for couple of seconds and then TV turns off an red light flashing. Also the lamp fan is constantly on. I think something wrong g with thermal sensor.

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Hi, make sure the lamp is fitted securely and also the lamp cover.you will have to reset the lamp counter good luck

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Did you ever get your problem fixed? I have the same problem now...elf

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Hello.. meseta809


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