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I have a Mitsubishi WD-Y57 it about 3 - 4 years old and I have never had any trouble with the unit until today. I turned the tv on and the sound came on but no picture, about a minute later the tv turned off and the green timer light on the front began to blink. I went through the manual and tried the reset button, but the same thing keeps happening, is it time for a new bulb or do I need a servidce tech to come take a look?

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If the green light continues to blink with out stopping this is not a lamp get a tech, it is a start up issue

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