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Problem with Samsung LE40S86BD starting up

The T.V is approx 2yrs old and recently it has had problems starting up. The relays click in their on/off cycle a nukmber of time before the T.V eventually starts up. On average it takes between 1 - 2 mins to turn on. Is there any advice that anyone can give me please.

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So, Shutting down to protect itself. The error light says it needs service, Cycling power makes it work for a few more minutes, then the Panasonic safety circuit shuts it down. Projector shuts down when bulb life gets to the danger zone, and also when its heat sensor says there is a problem.
So you have a bulb life issue or you have a dirty projector / fan cooling issue??

I say clean it up with some compressed air when it is cool, then check the # of hours the bulb has on it (in the menu).

Lastly brace yourself, the bulb is gonna hurt you :-$

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You may want to shop for that board or at least consider removal of the HDMI socket in question---tested for shorts there I presume?

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