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TV SAMSUNG 61 IN. HLN617W


MY TV LOSS THE IMAGE AND I BUY THE LAMP BUT
NOW AFTER ONE HOUR TV IS TURN OFF WHY?? AND THE LIGHT INFRONT IS RELAMPING ARE GREEN.

HELP! PLEASE.
ATTE: ANGY

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Probably COLOR WHEEL bp96-00250A. It also could be a DMD board which is very expensive

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Sounds like it is overheating. It has a sensor that monitors light engine temp and causes a shutdown. Possible causes are:
- dirty ventilation fan filters.
- cheap lamp that makes too much heat
- faulty temp sensor (I don't think this model is known for this)

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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Here is their phone for executive customer relations: 1-800-522-7341

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