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My TV blinking timer, lamp and stand by. is that lamp defective? Can you please tell what to do or any other probelem? email: vijoypk@hotmail.com vijoy

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Most DLP tv's have an internal lamp hours counter. Once the preset number of hours has been reached, an indicator will start flashing letting you know it is time to change the lamp. Now, if your tv is working fine, reference your owners manual and reset the lamp timer to turn off this indicator. You will probably be replacing your lamp soon, but wait until it goes bad. Hope this helps

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