Question about Televison & Video
My Samsung big screen showed the same symptoms. It ended up being two $5 resisters that burned out a very short time after purchase. My extended warranty took care of it but it took several service calls and the end solution was to replace the entire light engine.
Most of the time heat is the cause for shut down. Check the vents which allow air to circulate thru the set, also be sure the fan is working.
The first thing a repair man will do is replace the bulb. If you can do it yourself you can save some $$.
My advice is to find a good TV guy. One who's been around for a while. Sorry couldn't be more help. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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