After the TV has been on 10 or 15 minutes, it just turns off. It will not come back on right away, you have to wait a few minutes. After you turn it back on it will only stay on another 10 or 15 minutes before the power goes out again. The problem seems to be getting worse.
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Re: Loss of Power
You might want to unlpug the powercord for the night, then plug it back in the next morning. Some times that can help reset things.
If that still doesnt do the trick, you might have a faulty power cord. If it does this with every source you hook up to your TV then that would be a sign that its something in the set vs. your external source.
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P1000 is not really a fault code, if there are no there are no other codes stored then perform the following:
Disconnect the positive terminal on the battery, hold the terminal to the chassis for 2 - 3 seconds, this defuses the ecu and drains stored data thus clearing P1000.
Now wait 10 minutes.
Then reconnect battery.
Start car *without touching gas pedal*
Leave car idling for a good 5 - 10 minutes then jump in and go on a minimum 12 mile drive, you will need to perform a few normal driving conditions, fast, slow, stop, pull away etc so just a normal day to day trip to the town would suffice.
If you are not able to hear sound during the this process, the power supply of the TV is likely failing.
If you are able to hear sound during the 3 minute ordeal, then likely the inverter for the backlight is failing, which can also be caused by a failing lamp as well.
Try this: turn the TV on, wait for it to do its thing. Goto the menus, picture settings, and turn the brightness *down* as far as it will go. Exit out of the menu (save if prompted). Turn the TV off, wait a bit, then back on. If still same issue, it could be the power supply or inverter / lamp assembly. But, if the cycle is shorter, or comes on right away, then it is likely the lamp / inverter.
Yes, it is the projector.
Take the filter out and vaccum it, take the lamp out and use compressed air to clean the dust away.
Be carefull witt the air thoug! keep it a bit away from the projector when u cleand the dust away, to close and you can make big mamages inside it.
And, remeber to keep the filter as cleas as possible, i clean min every 2,5-3 monthes.