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Looses video I can turn on the tv and watch it just fine for about an hour then it looses video, the sound will stay and work just fine. Is something getting hot. can you help.

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There are so many thing that can cause this to happen. If you answer some questions we can narrow it down some. 1) when the picture goes black if you hit the menu button on the mitsubishi remote or on the front of the tv itself does the menu show up? 2) After it goes dark how do you get it back? do you turn it off and let it sit for awhile or can you turn it off and then right back on to get a picture? 3) what is the model number? this can be found on the back of the set. If you can answer these questions we can go forward.

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