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Picture After the TV is running about 15 min. the picture goes black or pixillated. the bulb is still burning though. Samsung Model HLM437W.

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  • Fredhead Jan 08, 2008

    The picture still goes out. what is the possible problem. I have seen other posts that describe similar symptoms and I can't read the diagnosis that you prescribed for any of them in here.

  • Fredhead Jan 08, 2008

    Yes

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Leave it unplugged overnight and see what happens.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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    Cary Farah Jan 08, 2008

    Do you get three blinking lights when this happens?

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