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Since the operation of a plasma screen television relies on the burning of gasses, the units tend to generate heat. Normally, this heat production causes very few problems. However, if a plasma screen television is left on for an extended period of time, the unit can grow quite hot. In the presence of unusual environmental circumstances, such as temperatures higher than 90 degrees Fahrenheit or high altitude, this high-heat production can be exacerbated. While the heat generated is not enough to run the risk of fire, it is enough to shorten the life of the plasma screen television, and possibly damage some of its electronic components.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|