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Our 2 year old 52" HDTV (Mitzubishi)

Our TV is on it's 5th new lamp, and has had to have the thermal sensor replaced as well. After the sensor was replaced it took 8 months to burn out a lamp, as opposed to every 4 months.

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Hi there.im not familiar with your actual set,but i assume it uses a metal hallide lamp,which,on average do around 2000 hours of use.lamp life is crucial to the cooling system,usually a fan.its paramount that this is working,and that the air intake filters are clean.the thermostat only ever fails due to the lamp overheating.which means the cooling system.most likely the filters,externally removable.regards,steve

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