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Internal cooling fan

Can you tell me where the internal cooling fan is on the tv--we need to check to see if it is running or not--had a problem, unit kept shutting off,
broke lamp, replaced lamp, have emailed you regarding problem--thank
you for your help and reply--need to check fan but don't know where to
locate it. thanks so much

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Not aware of any cooling fan in a TV system

Posted on Nov 04, 2017

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SOURCE: TV turns off and flashes red dot 4 times - like its overheating

chec balast voltage ..or chec lamp

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is the lamp housing unit & how do I remove it?

The lamp is in the front of the TV. Pop off the gray cover, about the width of the screen, located just left of the power button. You will then see a bunch of warning labels on the left. Unscrew the one screw that is there and take that piece off. There's your lamp. Unscrew the screw on the right of the lamp and the lamp will slide out.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic 50" LCD TV PT-50LC13

I just fixed my problem. I was getting the lamp needs to be replaced window so I proceeded to hold down the low volume key on the tv while holding the tv/video key on the remote. I waited a few seconds and let go when the green power button on the tv comes on. Once the tv is on you see all this weird data. Scroll down to the lamp hour section and hold down the low volume key on the front of the tv while using the down arrow on the remote to bring the lamp number to 0. Once this is zero then turn off then turn on again and you should see no more message.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: LAMP REPLACE FOR PANASONIC PT-50DL54 INSTRUCTION

Pull off the panel below the screen.
Remove the two screws hold the 2nd cover from the left.
Remove one screw from the lamp module and pull it out.
Buy the lamp module. It is not worth it to try replacing the lamp. You can damage the bulb easily.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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SOURCE: WHEN TURNED ON THE TV MAKES A VERY LOUD WHINNING

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TVs have a lamp inside which produces white light. The color wheel is responsible for giving color to that light. This color wheel lasts between two to five years depending on the daily use of the TV. Most of the time when the central barring of the wheel is loose, unstable, or out of place it will cause the edge of the wheel to make contact with the housing, producing that whining, whirling, screeching or hissing sound. These sounds can either produce just an annoying sound when watching TV or can cause the TV to shut off. When this happens you'll have to replace it.

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