There are a lot of tutorials online, also try calling the place you bought it from, they should be able to walk you through the steps. Also, make sure you bought the right lamp model, the # for this TV is TS CL110UAA.
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If the lamp is new and good to go then you may have to reset the lamp replacement counter in your setting menu. When that is set back to zero you wont have a problem until it is time for a new lamp again.
Did u unplug the tv about half hour before u change a new tv projection lamp,for the tv so the tv power storage left over to disapper and what ever statictic charges magnatic field left to completely gone or to lower it enough not to harm the new tv projection lamp u just starting to put it in wright?The new projection lamp when u handleling it did u have a pair disposable glove on to not causes human static charges and the oils from ur hand to tranfer to the new tv projection lamp itself to caused to it quality funtions?This is the same exact same brand and make to the tv old projection lamp u are replacing not a clone or a tv compatible tv projection lamp wright?U check all connections are correctly installation and tightly before u turn on the tv again wright?U do all these safety procedures,before and after u are replacing a tv projection lamp will help 90-95% it to work correctly,if the tv causes are just requiring replacing a new tv projection lamp only.
With the TV off, unplugged and having cooled down for at least on hour (you can force it to cool faster see the manual), take off the front cover. Grip it from both sides and pull it away from the TV. Loosen the screw that holds the lamp cover and remove the cover. Next loosen the screw that holds the lamp in place. Pull the lamp out slowly by the handle. Handle the new lamp with a cloth to avoid oils and dirt getting on the lamp. Put in the new lamp making sure to properly align it in the TV. Retighten the lamp screw and then put on the cover and tighten its screw. Replace the front cover. If the screws and lamp cover are not correctly positioned, the TV will not work (a protective circuit is involved).
Next reset the lamp time (instructions should have come with the replacement lamp). Wait until the lamp notice disappears from the TV screen. Press and hold the Vol down button on the TV while pressing the Split/Play button on the remote. Hold both buttons until you see a notice that the lamp time was reset (about 4-5 seconds).
much cheaper to do it yourself, go online put in your tv's model number and seach for thr lamp and make sure you order the entire lamp assembly, on the back of your tv there is a door open and take out old lamp so you know what you are ordering, and when replacing the new lamp amke sure not to touch the lamp
Without more information it is going to be hard to help you. I assume you mean the TV has a warning of lamp problems. Means you need to replace the lamp. Go to www.partstore.com and put in your sets information. You should be able to find the lamp you need. Get it. Your owners manual should tell you how to replace or at least where the lamp housing is. Open the housing, remove the old lamp, install the new lamp, close properly and you should be good to go. Let me know how it works out.
Yes, lamp installation procedure is written in user manual of TV and click Sony Support to download user manual copy if required. Lamp replacement is simple process, take out old lamp and slid in new lamp. Please buy Sony original lamp for TV safety.
you just have to call the manufacture so they can help you reset your tv the tv has to know that you did put a new bulb in there just like your printer asks you did you replace the ink the tv has a simular question. you probaly missed the re-sync question that pops up when you turn tv on and you use your remote arrows to answer its easy the maker of the tv can give you the rest info then you will not have that problem anymore.
It is possible that the ballust assembly is causing the lamp to fail. You likely need to replaced the ballust with a new lamp because if the ballust is bad it has likely already damaged the lamp. If you have been handling the glass of the new lamps with your bare hands this could be the cause of the short lif as the oil from your hands will cause premature failure of the lamp.