Looking at the television, on the lower right hand side is the ventilation opening. Remove the screws and then remove the cover. Inside the opening is the light bulb holding bracket that has a handle on it. Disconect the power wires (2) going to the bulb, remove the 3 screws holding the metal cover over the bulb and pull it out of opening. Then remove the screws holding the light bulb in place. Very simple and easy to replace.
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There is no bulb to replace on a rear projection set. It uses 3 separate picture tunes 1 red 1 Blu and 1 green coupled to magnification lenses that focus onto the mirror which the directs the image thru the screen. Access is usually by removing the trim ring and screen from the front. Access from the back only gains access to the circuit boards. Be very careful as each tube has its own high voltage transformer which can have from 50000 to 150000 volts.
saws use a flow thru carburetor design , fuel is drawn out of tank and excess unused fuel is returned to tank thru other line , the clear primer bulb starts this "flow thru " process and engine vacuum (running ) continues it
when replacing lines many folks forget what line went thru what hole (change them one at a time ) this requires a little detective work to figure out what hose thru what hole goes , with a little fuel in tank tilt saw front to back , see what hose always gets the end covered up with liquid level , this line always goes to farthest hole in tank back and that hose goes to fitting nearest the primer bulb ,, due to process of elimination there's only one other possible place for the other line
There is a round plastic clip on the verticle carpet cover which must first be removed to access the back of the tail light assembly. Squeeze the back side of the clip and pull on the front of the clip until it snaps out. There are then two 5/16 nuts which must be removed. These are hidden by plastic wiring brackets which must be removed from the nut shaft. The light assembly can then be removed - note that there are two allignment posts attached to the assembly which slide thru slots on the out-side of the assembly. Carefully pull or pry backward to remove the assembly from the body of the car. Here you may access the back of the affected bulb. Simply turn to the left and remove/replace the bulb.
If the second light is blinking to orange or red, that is usually the lamp indicator light on an LG DLP tv. That indicates your bulb needs replaced, or something surrounding the bulb has failed (like the cooling fan for the bulb for example) IF you have a spare bulb handy, I'd replace the bulb, keeping in mind if you touch any part of a new bulb with your bare hands, you just cut the life of the bulb by more then half.
Look in the owners manual...it should have access instructions for this bulb. Or, try calling (or stop by) a dealer. the "service consultant" or service manager should be able to quickly tell you how to access the bulb.