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How do you change the lamp on a jvc model hd56g787 tv I tried to take off the front but dosent seem to come off is there a trick Lestv 419 townline rd sandusky mi

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  • lestv Nov 17, 2008

    is this part you are talk about by the fan assy could you send a pix of where the part is from the back is this part in the middle of the set I took a metal plate off but was not able to go any futher

  • lestv Nov 17, 2008

    do I have to lay the set on its face to remove the lamp from the lite box

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Hi, its given here. http://guides.fixyourdlp.com/jvc/TS-CL110UAA.php

hope it helps.
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Http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/jvc/rear_projection_television/hd-56g787.html

Download the user manual for your tv at that link. Once you download the manual refer to p.75 for the specific instructions on lamp replacement. If you need any further assistance let me know. Please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
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Open the back panel of the tv and gain access to the lamp.
Unscrew the bolt that lock the lamp and unplug the lamp from the SMPS Lamp power supply base.

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    Ginko Nov 17, 2008

    You start unplugging the TV

    You just need to open the lamp door, undo the bolt on th elamp , remove carefully the lamp and fit a new one.

    Follow the procedure below from manual:

    1 Turn off the TV
    2 Unplug power
    3 Remove the lamp cover located below the left side of the TV, there should be a screw holding the cover. See picture:



    4 Follow instructions below to remove the lamp:






    6. You just reinstall the lamp cover.



    7. Perform the following timer reset procedure after installing the lamp:




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Please follow the link for step by step replacement of lemp
http://fixyourdlp.com/blog/2007/04/06/how-do-i-reset-my-lamp-timer-counter-after-replacing-my-lamp/

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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    futureloginn Nov 17, 2008

    follow other link its a pdf service manual to change the lamp--
    http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00...

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If i am not mistaken the lamp on this model can be acessed through the side of tv with a thumbscrew

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  • Willie Howell Nov 17, 2008

    door that can be remove easly... then long screwdriver to take out lamp

  • Willie Howell Nov 17, 2008

    Form the user manual. The lamp is located behind the lamp cover below the left side of television. takes a philips screwdriver

  • Willie Howell Nov 17, 2008

    the lamp can be acessed with the television standing up

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