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Lamp light is on and lamp has maybe 500 hours on it.

Lamp light is on during operation and when it has been turned off and I replaced the lamp in Jan-09.

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TV is not really going off. Plug out your TV and then back in...does the lamp flash and then go off? If so...your remote is not really turning off the TV. Either it is set wrong or bad somehow. Check the battery too.

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