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Sound like you have a overheating problem. Your capacitors might have reached their end of life thus making them overheat quickly. Try to check if there is a fan inside your TV. If there is a fan, try to clean it see if that helps.
Since the lamp generates a lot of heat, the fans are continuously monitored for correct function. The owner's manual should show you the location of the fans. Make sure that the grills covering the fans are clear of dust and that the fans are clean. Sometimes dirt can cause the fan blades to slow down enough to trigger the safety alert.