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I have a Samsung HLS4266WX/XAA that keeps turning itself off with the red stand by/temp light on in the front. I have allowed it to cool down for over an hour with a box fan pointed on the back of the television. Is there anything else I can do?

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Dear dreadtrainer;

It sounds like your Lamp is going bad. The part # B96-01472A. Go to internet (like Google), enter Model # and Lamp toget your best price. To replace the lamp is easy, look at your 'owner's manual".

Good luck, Big Irish.

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  • Belinda G Johnson Nov 21, 2011

    Would it be the lamp or is it something called the LEB Board????

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I have a samsung hls42wx/xaa i
turn i it on it turns right off by itself the red ligth comes on temp

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