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My phillips magnavox procection screen tv died, I turned it on ,it worked for about ten seconds then died and smelled really hot, now when i hit the on button the on indicator lights for a few seconds then goes out, anybody have any ideas?

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Re: projection screen tv trouble

Sounds like your projection lamp has blown..


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