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MY REAR PROJECTION SONY TV PLAYS THEN CUTS OFF FOR 40 SECONDS......PLAYS AGAIN FOR ABOUT TWO MINUTES THEN CUTS OFF FOR 40 SECONDS........IT KEEPS REPEATING THIS

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  • anthonymarin Jun 20, 2009

    it is a 2005 grand wega sony kdf e50a10..........thanks

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What is the Model # and how old is it?

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  • Steve Yocum Jun 22, 2009

    You probably have a lamp that is failing. Replacing the LAMP should cure the proble. It is a very common problem to cause the set to cycle on and off like that.

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