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TOSHIBA 56MX195 THE INTERNAL FAN KEEPS ON WORKING. THE BULB HAS BEEN REPLACED ALREADY

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The internal fan kicks in when the set starts to get too hot.
Check the ambient room temperature to make sure it is not too hot in the room. Also note that some fans ALWAYS turn at some speed and if its making some sort of noise you dont like then it might just be dirty. try dusting it out.

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