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Air flow blocked...turning off in a few seconds message

MY Mistsubishi DLP TV 65 inch is about three years old. Just recently it started saying that the TV air flow was blovked and would shut off in a few seconds...can anyone help me get this fixed?

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    TV blinks then turns on then in the bottom of screen says check air flow cause something is block wat do I do

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"air flow blocked" means its getting too hot. or it thinks it is. it is quit common on these set that the thermal sensor has malfunction replaceing this sensor is your solution. since this is service bulliteen item at service centers of mitsubidshi products this may be an item covered under warrenty. so i would first check with you local service shop too see before

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