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Samsung DLP - Model HLR4667WAX/XAA

I have Samsung DLP which is in a loop where it tries to start but unable to. I have to remove the power to turn it off. Below is the approx. sequence:

Lamp light comes on - blinks 15 seconds
Goes to Standby for few seconds ( like it is trying to start itself )
Restarts again
In continous loop.

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    powers itself off

  • swalker1070 Jun 21, 2008

    i installed a new lamp. but the tv turns off by itself (every 10-15 minutes).i was told by discount merchant who i bought the lamp from, to turn the tv off. press mute 182 and power. then i would be able to reset the lamp. but i have no idea what to what to do when that menu comes up and dm dont either.

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A stuck color wheel can cause this exact problem.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

I just replaced the power cord to mine and works fine as of today

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

  • Artie Goodus Aug 31, 2010

    duh
    I'm on tha late show, yet power cord has dukey towards eliminating main problem.
    here it is 2010 1/2 gone and them CONMEN @ Hamsun g still got wool over eyes.
    simple fix... mute 182 power.
    Nuff Sed!!!!

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