I used my wifes camera this morning and took another set of photos. The flash kinda washed them out, but you still can see the wires for the temperature sensor, connecting to the lamp housing (yellow pair) and to the IC mirror chip housing (black pair) with a black connector in the middle, I have disconnected (which so many others are having problems with). In one blog I read, suggested to remove the black plastic connectors and soldered in wires and using shrink wrap to cover the solder joints (the connectors have a propensity to oxidize and make a poor connection giving problems) . I was wondering if a thin film of dielectric grease would help, but I do not know about the heat problem?, but it is used on electric connection in auto engine compartments though??? Just a thought! The place where this temperature sensor connects to the IC housing (which is white in the photos) also has three fan connections, which I have removed (to add more fans to the wiring). The colors of the fan wires are red, yellow, and black (three sets). The shortest set, which is not labeled has black connectors (70mm about 3") goes to the IC housing fan a 60sq.X15mm fan. The next length [(610mm right at 2') 305mm=1'] is labeled 'JA', with white connectors, and powers the ballast to lamps 'squirrel cage' fan, 60X70X35mm, which is mounted on the ballast housing. The longest set of wires (880mm a little less than 3') and is labeled, 'JF' with black connectors, goes to power the exhaust fan 92sq.X25mmfor the lamp, and is housed in the plastic duct that is mounted above the light engine on the right side of the TV when looking at the TV from the rear. I know that you did not ask about the fans and their wires/connections but I thought I would go the extra mile since I had mine all apart. These are photos of a WD-57732 Mitshbishi DLP on a 33 Chassis, the light engine, noting the wire routing for the temperature sensor. I hope this helps you.