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I am getting an error message saying that a filter is blocked and it turns the televison off. What is this all about? Can you please help me? I am not sure this the model of my TV because we moved and I cannot find the book and I just had surgery and cannot find the model number.

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I have seen many of these, what you have is a faulty lamp thermistor. It is saying that the tv is overheating causing the filter blocked message. The good news is that if you contact mitsubishi they may cover the repair for you, it has happened on rare occasions. Hope this helps.

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