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Toshiba tlp670u Turns on and runs for about five minutes then shuts down, we've cleaned it and changed the bulb

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Hi,

This is due to filter problem you can clean the filter other and put it back this one reason.

Another one it might me problem with cooling fans any one of the fan speed will slow or failed. Please check the same and replace.

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