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Location of the lamp enclosure

I'm trying to locate the lamp enclosure on my panasonic dlp tv.

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    After replacing the lamp in our panasonic dlp PT-50DL54 how do you reset the replace lamp message?

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Pull off the front silver panel ... it is about 3' long and about 4" wide. It pulls off easily. below this panel on your left side you will see a small black panel held in when one Phillips screw. Remove this screw and the panel will slide to your left. This exposes the lamp unit which in turn is fastened with one brass coloured screw. Loosen this screw (screw stays attached to the lamp housing) and then simply pull the lamp unit forward to remove. Word of caution ... do not remove if the lamp is hot ... wait until it cools down. This procedure sound difficult but is really quite simple. I have replaced my lamp on twice already.

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First of all, unplug the TV from the wall outlet.
You have a few thousand volts going through your ballast, be very careful!
It's also a good idea to let the TV cool down for a good 15-20 minutes as the bulb itself can get extremely hot.
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  2. Loosen the screw with your flat-head screwdriver.
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