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How do I know if the lamp is out or the color wheel

We took out the lamp but can't tell if it is burnt out, how can you tell

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If the lamp is blown out, you will see shards of glass floating around in the bulb. The wires that connect to the glass element in the center will be "disconnected". If the set is less than a year old the bulb is under warranty. All you will have to do is contat the people that sold you the televison and tell them the bulb is blown and do a warranty claim. Good luck!

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