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I've had my 46h84 for less than 3 years. The Tv randomly shuts itself off. The remote will not turn it back on, nor will the buttons on the tv itself. When this happens, the light on the power button blinks. The only fix I have is to unplug the tv then plug it back in. Some days this doesn't happen at all, and other days it happens all the time.

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My tv starts turning a red color and then turns off by itsself then i have to unplug it to turn it back on every 5 mintues or so.

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It's time for a projection bulb,order it and put it in yourself.

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