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Panasonic PT-44LCX65 Projection TV

Error display in middle of screen says " Air filter cleaning recomended at this time". I have been all over this set and can't find an Air filter so I changed the bulb because there has been so much decussion on how bad they are, but that didn't fix the problem. Is there a way to reset this error code? What do you think is the problem?

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  • NICOLE WY May 11, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM HELP I HAVE BEEN ALL THROUGH THE TV AND I CANT FIND ANY TYPE OF AIR FILTER

  • mrganjj48 Oct 15, 2008

    my tv has that same error message on it.then it shuts of i cant fix it for nothing

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There is a filter in the front of the machine, right beside the lamp door theres another one. blow that out with can air will kill the error for a while then you might needs to get it serviced because one of the fans is caked with dirt and if you dont know electronics i would not try to take it apart to clean it.

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