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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tv lamp replacement
I just did this myself. I'm a novice but it wasn't that hard. Your choices are to purchase a complete unit including the casing from a Sony repair shop for around $250, or just replace the lamp.
I just replaced the lamp and saved $130.
I just removed the screws from the side of the casing that protect the lamp. I disconnected the contact points and then popped open the housing.
Remove the screws and the nut that attach to the lamp. Wear gloves when you handle the new lamp so you don't shorten the lifespan of the bulb.
re-attach all the screws and slide it back in.
It took me the longest to have line up the contact points when sliding it back into the TV. Make sure all the connections are snug and keep at it. Don't give up! I'll admit I was tempted!
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
SOURCE: panasonic lamp
Brian, I just helped my buddy replace his Panasonic ty-la 1000 bulb this weekend. I have to tell you that I have a complete illiteracy when it comes to electronics but we got it done in about twenty minutes and were watching it again. Looks great. We ordered the bulb from dlp lamps.com and had it in about two days. They also had super easy instructions to follow. Try it before you replace the entire TV.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
I found the location to get at the lamp. If you are loking at the front of the TV there is a small panel at the bottom of the right end. Two screws, remove panel, two screws inside and a small handle that lifts so you can slide the unit out. 4 screws on top of the cage that the lamp sits in, carefully slide up the silver bracket holding the bulb, be careful the edges are sharp. Remove the bulb from bracket and remove the 2 cables attached to the bulb. Now just do the same but in reverse. Make sure you wear plastic gloves that should be provided because if your fingers touch the lense you could be out the price of the lamp.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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