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After tv is turned on it shuts off automatically

I turn my television on, and it instantly shuts off on its own

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  • Cade Austin May 11, 2010

    Do the indicator lights on the front of the unit flash any type of code? Does the "timer" or "lamp" light flash at all?

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This is indicative of a failing lamp and/or dirty filter. The set keeps track of the hours of operation and trys to inform you when it is having problems. I ignored the signals and ended up with a blown lamp preceeded by my cleaning a dirty filter. On the bright side (no pun intended) my lamp lasted over 3 years without cleaning the filter. I was able to purchase a replacement lamp on ebay with overnight shipping and insurance for 160.00US, replaced the lamp and am back up and watching a better brighter picture.

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