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LG DLP ru-52sz51d tv, replaced the lamp like it said and it was working fine for a few days, then, it started to freeze in an almost black and white scrambled picture. Now, it turns on, green light in

I reset the lamp hours already and i can feel/hear/see the fan running in the background.

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It sounds like it may be burn in. Try turning off the television for 48 hours.

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