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on the lower right hand side just below the model and serial number is the access panel for the bulb housing. remove the screws to the panel and housing. *remember* when replacing the bulb !!!DO NOT!!! touch the new bulb with your bare fingers. get some rubber or latex gloves
if you are standing in front of the TV, look on the right side. There is a door with two screws (phillips) remove the two screws and open the door. Inside you will see a black object with a silver handle and two black screws. remove the screws and pull the lamp straight out by the handle. I you buy a factory bulb, you can just slide it right in. If its an aftermarket bulb, then you have to put it into the housing. Be careful not to touch the glass portion of the bulb with your bare hands. the oils in your skin will shorten the life of the buld. Just like replacing a vehicles bulb. hope this works for you.
I would suggest to remove the lamp from your TV and check it. You can also just buy the lamp without the other hardware.
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The huge yellow circle is either your blue filter is burnt out (very common in Zenith DLP) or you LCD cube is bad. I would bet it is the blue filter. Zeniths DLPs have 3 color filters one blue (a pinkish color), one green (a grayish brown)and one red (it is red). For the bulb indicator I would check and make sure your lamp is seated to the ballast correctly. Just take it out and put it back in.