Question about Televison & Video
This is a safety feature because the lamps can get extremely hot and cause a fire. Look behind the set and make sure that the grill that covers the fan is clear. Vacuum the fan area and with the set unplugged, move the fan with your fingers to make sure that it spins freely. If it does not, it is time to replace it. There are sensors that will detect air movement as well as the fan spinning. If either sensor detects a problem, the set will be prevented from starting.
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