Question about Televison & Video
Find location on engine
If this is one of those mits sets that come up with the "airflow message" and then shuts down--the thermal sensor is behind the lamp housing--mounted on the back side of it, near the top.... but it is NOT likely bad-only the connector goes bad. Pull the engine, remove this little white sensor and HARD WIRE it to the connector---IOW_-cut OFF that connector on both sides and SOLDER the leads to the sensor. This WILL take care of the airflow issue with this set.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
Testimonial: "I pulled out the engine and there was no thermal sensor at all I've never ran into a DLP that does not have a thermal sensor or that has been modified this TV has nothing at all ,that's why I asked this question ,now is it suppose to have a thermal sensor if it does can you send me a picture of where it goes at and where it connects to please thank you"
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