Question about Televison & Video
The problem is the sensor next to the lamp. I had the same problem but since i had a warranty they came out and replaced the sensor. That fixed the problem. If you are tech savy than it shouldn't cost more than $15 to fix your tv if not it'll be a lot more.
Other suggestion is to get a vacuum and clean out the junk from the back of the tv. If you can take the back cover off and give it a good cleaning. Also pull out the lamp if id doesn't scare you and clean out the openings with a vacuum
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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