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I have a mits. 82738 tv which would shut off after 20 minutes when first turned on .
Loose sound and picture.
Looked up error code in service manual and it said the lap was the problem.
Replaced lamp and now it works fine and the picture quality is great.
A common issue and it may be your problem is dust and dirt inside the unit---the set intakes air from the front and exhausts it out the rear==I have seen several of these sets where removing rear cover and taking stthe set outside and blowing it with a air compressor clears the issue.
Fans and other critical items that get clogged or coated with a moderate amount of dust will cause this issue.
Sometimes dust can get in between the lamp and lens take lamp out and check for dust with a lint free cloth. If thats not it it could be the manufacturer of the lamp. I usually try to get the same manufacturer. You can try tinkering with sharpness or contrast but remember the points you adjust from just in case it makes it worst. Good luck
You could try to INITIALIZE the tv by doing the following: 1) turn on TV 2) from the remote press MENU 2,4,7,0 then ENTER 3) TV will state that is INIATIALIZING 4) press the RESET BUTTON on front of TV. 5) hopefully it's fixed.
Using your remote, click the "video" button (mid area, Right hand side) and adjust the brightness, contrast, etc., to your liking. Only you know what you like. If your picture can be "plenty bright enough"...then just make the necessary adjusts to whatever looks best to you. If your picture is "very dim" no matter what the video settings are, you need a complete cleaning of all lens, mirrors, and screen...and possibly a new lamp.
Did your replace lamp come on the screen or did you lose picture? Just because the LED indicator suggest replace lamp it doesn't mean it needs it. If your pix was dull or loss of brightness then replace it, if not then just reset your lamp timer, check your owners manual for instructions.