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Toshiba 42 in 720 DLP TV MODEL HM66

I WAS WATCHING IT ,I CHANGED THE CHANEL ON THE CABLE . I HEARD A "POP" SOUND AND THE PICTURE AND SOUND WENT OFF. The power lights come on but nothing else does.

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You need to replace the lamp in this set. The "pop" you heard was the lamp popping.

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Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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