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Fan Issue I'm calling it a fan issue just because the error code is 37, although I have a 12 dc converter and have troubleshooted both the exhaust and bulb fans. They both are working perfectly. I don't understand why it wont come on and says there is a stopped fan when they all seem to be functioning. Look forward to hearing back from you, Josh

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  • joshlankford Aug 21, 2008

    I only find three and I completely took the entire TV apart. I took off the mirror, housing above the lower mirror and bulb, and the whole power supply. I re-wired all three fans and then found that there was a wire cluster that became disconnected from the power supply. I have no idea how something like this could happen but after re-connecting this and putting the TV back together she works like a dream. Now I can sell it!

    Thank you so much for your time.

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Theres 5 fans inside your Tv are you sure they are all working?

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    your welcome, glad I could help

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