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Burned out projection lamp

How-where to you start to replace the bulb. Just bought bulb.

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The best instructions for replacing your lamp can be found in the owner's manual. You can get a free copy by copying the following web address into your browser:
http://www.docs.sony.com/release/KF50WE610.pdf

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