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Have a WD 65736 Mitsubishi projection tv that is dead except for front panel leds. Sometimes it will have audio for a minute or so then the audio goes out also. The lamp was recently replaced. Got an error code of 12 but can't find a table for the error codes. Can the new lamp be bad already??

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Error code 12 means no error. Check page 25 of the service manual I gave you.

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