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Fan Problem I just replaced the larger cooling fan and I did the same thing you did. If I remember correctly the original fan exhausted out the back in other words it drew hot air from around the the bulb and blew the hot air out the back of the set. The blue writing on the center of the fan blade is visible from the back side of the tv. I hope I put it back in. Would be great! to hear back. thanks Jonicat@aol.com posted 9/17/2008

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