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After about 1 hour the picture begins to flash and set powers off

After about 1 hour, the picture begins to flash and then the set powers off. After the red light flashes on powering off an amber light flashes intermittently six times. When this happens I am unable to power up using the remote nor the power knob. I have to remove the plug and then on reinserting, I am able to power up the set again. When this happens, the set only works for about 15 minutes then repeats the same power off sequence.
After letting the set rest for a long while the sequence goes back to the 1 hr showing again before powering off as above.

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There's a possibility your power supply isn't working properly, if it was your ballast the one causing it to turn off, you would hear a clicking sound, and i doubt it's your lamp since you do get an image, i recommend you go todiscountdashmerchantdotcom so you can get a detailed troubleshoot this way you can make a decision on which part you do need to fix this situation

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