Question about Samsung DLP HL-P5663W 56" TV
The tv will be on for about an hour then shuts itself off. The lamp and standby/tem light blink when this happens (not the time lite). You can generally turn the tv back on and then it will turn itself off again after only a couple of minutes. Then if you leave it sit for a while you can turn it on and it will stay on. The fan is working and the bulb cover is secure. There is plenty of space between the tv and the wall.
We had this exact problem with our Samsung DLP about a year ago (it was 2 years old at the time). We purchased a small desk fan for $6 and placed in behind the TV. We started running the fan when watching and it fixed the problem of the TV clicking off. It was inteded to be a short-term fix, but since it's worked so well we still haven't gotten the TV fixed.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
Have a 46 inch behaving the same way. I have the extended service contract, so they are getting a calll tomorrow. I ll post what they say
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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