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I HAVE AKAI PT50DL24XISMS IT COMES ON FOR 30SEC TO 1MIN THE PICTUREGOES OUT THE SOUND STAY ON THEN GOES OFF

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Its a DLP that uses a lamp, lamp is possible but I would also look to see if fans are on and running, a fan stopping or even slowing down can trigger the set off also.

Average lamp life is 2000 hours or two years and set if lamp a bit dim may shut set off.

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