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Mitsubishi rear projection TV, Model VS-464R, intermittently has a snowy picture. When I first turn the TV on, it works fine. After about 20 minutes, the picture becomes snowy for at least a half hour. Then the picture returns, and the TV works fine. What is causing this problem?

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