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My TV makes me wait...

If I watch TV for a while, after turning the unit off, I have to wait for about an hour before being able to turn it on again.
Why is this happening?

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  • aetguitars Oct 26, 2007

    I'll try changing the lamp. Thanks!



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Best suggestion = change lamp
second = change lamp fan
last = change engine

Posted on Oct 24, 2007


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