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The fan dont turn on when i turn on the tv and the red light is flashing

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Red light flashing on tv indicates that tv got some problem and shifted to protection mode to avoid further damage.
If Lamp light is flashing on tv then check lamp that would be dead or broke, replace lamp to solve tv problem.
If standby red light is flashing on tv then let me know how many times it is flashing after 3 seconds long pause to provide you helpful info.
Thanks.

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Red light flashes 6 times after i replaced the bulb. why is this?

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