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I have a Samsung rear projection TV, model no SP61L2HX. When switched on and waiting for the lamp to warm up it switches off. Then it turns on again and keeps on repeating this cycle.

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My Samsung 61inc works for half an hour then just changes to a new blue screen, if you back to the channel that you were watching 2 sec later it will change back to the blue screen.

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Hi,
    According to the symptom this problem called hicking.And in this situation various components could be shorted.
   The main cause is power supply,Check the unit may be there could be capacitor leakage.Safty resistor could be open.
  If you can do it by yourself and expert then ok.But if you have no earlier experience then plz contact any expert nearby.
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