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I recently replaced the lamp - part # 915P061010. But the TV powers off about every 20 - 30 minutes / red status lamp is illuminated. At times the TV will remain on for hours. But eventually the TV powers down again / red status lamp is illuminated.

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It looks like your ballast board is going bad, this is a common problem for DLP TV's the ballast board is the power source to the lamp and if for any reason this board does not send enough energy to the lamp it will turn off, It looks like your ballast it starting to get weak it gathers enough energy to turn on but gets weak again and turn back off you have a new lamp and it requires for the ballast to be working at it's full potential

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