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Mitsubishi 57" HDTV - has sound and timer light flashes

I have a 57" Mitsubishi rear projection - went to bed the thing was working fine. Woke up in the morning, and I turn the TV on and there is no picture - sound does come out but no picture. The timer light flashes and the lamp light indicator comes on sometimes, but when I turn the tv on, the lamp indicator light goes out and theres no picture. Then a minute to a minute and a half the TV will turns itself off.

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I had the same problem and my local repair guy soldered a defective sensor so that it goes around that problem. I also had to buy a new bulb. Now my picture is "cloudy" and the repairman has no idea why. I am waiting for them to call back on it.

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