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I have a DLP Television, Model HLS4666WX...periodically it will shut off and the standby / temp light will be lit up....it might do it several times in a row, then stay on....or it might not do it at all...there doesn't seem to be a pattern.

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    i have a sony 50" dlp that won't come on and i don't hear the fan running. I called sony and they said that the red light indicated overheating. How do I clean the filter on this tv or is the fan out or the lamp. There is not a tech. close by.

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Try cleaning the air filter this will cause the temp light to come on at random times.

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