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Open the bulb replacement door, pull out the filter and spray it with dust off. (compressed air) Check the fan, clean it out as well. Should be fine after that. if you need further help, post a comment and i will help some more.

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if the Lamp error and Temperature error lights are flashing red this means that there are two separate errors.

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The fan may have went bad. If it's out of warranty you may open it up and try and blow some dust out of the fan to see it that may do the trick if not it may need to be replaced. Westexaudioelectronics.com

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