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Replace lamb can not fit lamp red wires in wrong place

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Make sure you got the correct lamp for your model and serial numbered TV. Some models use two different part numbers for the lamp.

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We can not get the new lamp to fit in its place


you must have the wrong replacement lamp as the correct lamp will simply slide back in with out any problems what so ever. Double check the lamp part number.

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Sony kdf-50e2010 its four years old and i have never replaced the lamp so i know i have used up the 8000 hours of the lamp's life and more. the lamp indicator stays red and the power indicator blinks...


Take the lamp out and inspect it. Look down the bulb at the root of the filament stem and look for any bubbling of the glass there. If so it is bad. It can be bad like this even if you don't see any broken glass inside the blub. The best place I found to get a lamp with housing is pureglare.com
There could be other problems but the lamp is first place to start. Then consider the ballast or the thermal switch which is on the top of the lamp housing. The ballast could be a pill to change...a lot of disassembly and re-assembly. But it supplies the voltage to light the lamp. To test the thermal switch you can take one wire loose from it and jump with an alligator jumper clip from wire to wire temporarily. The thermal switch has two wires connecting.

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When i turn on tvred light comes on then the two red lights com on tem an lamb. don't have my mannaul on hand. can you help?


if your tv still turns on and you have a picture then you have a lamp going out, certain tv's have this warning light, however if you have no picture at all you have a lamp out and can be easily changed by ordering the part online, just make sure not to touch the lamp itself when putting the new one in or you may damage it, there is a door on the back where the lamp is located

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hello make sure the lamp is fitted securely and the lamp cover aswell

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shaun

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Refer to your owners' manual. Lamp replacement is very easy.

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Did you fix the lamb issue?


These ballast plugs are fairly fragile and bend out of the way all the time, remove the lamp and see if this has happened. Other problems that cause this is capacitors in the power supply for the five volt line but check the connector first

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Pull the left front panel off of the unit and you will find the lamp door behind that panel. It is very simple to pull the lamp and most times you can even see the element in the lamp has blown. You can easily buy and install the lamp yourself.

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