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I ordered serrvice manual and will solve the problem.
I am very surprised you didn't give me professional assistance. What another assistance exist?
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[1]. Order a compatible replacement lamp from JVC. Order a replacement lamp from JVC's Accessory Store or a local authorized parts distributor to ensure that you obtain a compatible replacement lamp. To order a replacement lamp, you must have the lamp type and lamp code of your JVC projection TV, which can be found on the rear of the television.
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