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My samsung sp50l7hx dlp tv wont turn on,last night i fell asleep while watching and awoke to see tv switch off then back on by itself, colour was dull, this morning i tried turning unit on. it started loading up i heard speakers switched but no sound & no picture, the unit switched itself off then on about 3 times with no picture coming up then in the circle on the front it had a warning symbol come up with a picture of a small light globe under it. i automatically thought the odvious, the bulb has died. so i rang a few tv repairers to see if i could get a bulb. one told me that it may not be the bulb. it could be the power supply to the bulb. i don't know wheather he is just trying to make money from me or could this be the case. i have had unit 3 years and have misplaced the user guide with the troubleshooters guide.please help i am having big tv withdrawals already.

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Usually when that symbol comes up it means your lamp is defective so I would replace the lamp because if you had the set for that long and not replaced the lamp chances are thats your problem and you may be able to get a user manual for your tv by going to this sight
http://www.retrevo.com/

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