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Mitsubishi DLP overheating

I have a MItsubishe DLP model WD-62927 and during the last 2 weeks a massage comes on the screen that TV will shut down soon to check ventilation. There is no blockage to ventilation and TV does turn off, LED turns amber and remains that way for approximately 15 minutes, after that TV will turn on again

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  • Msimons12 Jun 03, 2008

    I have a 61 inch Mitsubishi diamond series DLP and I have the same problem. I had one lamp that burnt out, and after just a few months I am getting the overheating messages again and expect the new lamp to burn out soon.

  • kyrish Sep 04, 2008

    same problem - same model... is there a do-it-yourself guide to changing the filtration?

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I have a 65" mitsubishi and have been battleing the same problem for about 6 months I did the canned air thing and I eventually found a useful sollution on you tube if you take the back of the tv off clean the two fans with a qtip then take the intake fan housing out there is a third fan behind it now when I say housing I mean the whole black shraud out there's a little fan that points at the bulb two screws and its out use canned air and qtips to clean it and also clean the port leading to the bulb it has worked so far and I'm sure I will have to clean it more often now that I know its there good luck

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Check your air intake filters, it's a removeable filter in the air inlets.

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