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Htachi Rear Projection Picture/Sound Lost

The temp light and lamp light are both flashing red. I have no picture and sound. It suddenly went out. Set is 4 years old i have never replaced the lamp. I understand the fan is not running and the lamp probably needs replaced but is that the only thing that could be wrong? Will replacing the lamp solve the issue?

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  • putzz56 Jan 19, 2009

    I have same problem only I did have the lamp relaced about 8 months ago. Do the fans run off the light engine?

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If you never replaced the lamp it may be time.4 years to run on 1 lamp is a good run.If you were having no other problems I would say it`s safe to say that will solve your problem

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