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Could be the fan. It will cool tv but could also be to much for tv to handle.
You can also try reseating the lamp. It may say ok but be wrong.
I have a Mitsubishi 5500 projection tv . have had the type of issue you have had and I have replaced a lamp as well.had to reseat the lamp three times before it worked without shutting down.
Hope this helps.
Well you haven''t said what caused you to replace the lamp. But If the TV just went out and you thought it was the lamp dont throw away the old lamp yet. You have the "Green Blinking Light Of Death". First I would tell you to place the new bulb in the old housing. I have found that many of the Ebay replacement bulb housings just dont seat too well. Make sure to wear a golve to prevent getting any oil on the lamp. It an easy swap. Swap the bulbs and do a reset. If that does not fix it the Google "Mitsubishi GBLOD" tons of info oout there. If you are thinking of repairing it yourself ( I have fixed 2 myelf) Email email@example.com and ask for the repair info for the Mitsubishi 52525 He has a great libary of info he can send you and does it all for just donations.
You may just need to replace the Lamp if it has Never been replaced and you need to see if all Fans are running, Lamp Fan Ballast Fan, DMD Fan, If they are OK then Lamp
Mats has Lamps for $99.00 1-800-628-1118
You can also Look on EBay For Lamps $85.00
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Try connecting the TV directly to a different wall outlet and check. If the issue persists, try power resetting the TV. Turn Off the TV and remove the power plug from the wall outlet for 1 minute and reconnect it and check the operation. If the issue persists, then the TV requires service.
Remove the lamp and check to see if the connections of the lamp and the lamp driver(ballast) are ok or they look bit burned.Also the lamp should always be replaced first especially if is two years old or more.
Check to see how many times the error indicator flashes.If it flashes 5 times then the lamp driver is probably defective.
common problems are lamp and lamp driver(ballast).
let me know if you need more help.
Cause it's the official tv of nascar and the nfl and most other really expensive advertising. As a servicer and an owner of the same set, I first would try to vacuum out all vent holes behind set. This has caused mine to shutdown several times. I don't completely understand you about modes, but make sure all audio/video cables are connected well and hdmi cable. Also, make sure that the door switch on the lamp cover is fully engaged. They had an intermittant problem with some of them not making good contact. Go over your power strips and/or extension cables real good and hope for the best. Good luck.