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Which 3 buttons do you press on control panel to reset timer after replacing lamp

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How to reset the operation time meter
Plug in the power cord, switch on the projector, and
reset lamp time by pressing the < > and POWER
buttons simultaneously.

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      • 2 Press the "Menu" button, go to the "Lamp Setting" option and select "Lamp Timer Reset." The projector should display a confirmation window asking, "Has the Projection Lamp Been Replaced?"
    • 3 Select "Yes." You will receive a message onscreen saying, "Lamp Timer Reset Complete!" Select "Yes" again, and press the "Enter" button to finish.



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How to reset tv lamp on mitsubishi wd-65831


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    • 1 Turn on the television after replacing your television's projection lamp with a new unit. If a dialog box displays on the screen asking you to reset the lamp timer, use your remote control's "Arrow" buttons, highlight "Yes" and press "Enter." If the dialog box does not appear on your screen after turning your television on, proceed to the next steps.
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Hello, i would like to know if resetting the lamp timer on an LG MW60sz12 will allow you to get more time out of it?? also if it is possible, how do you reset it???


Hi there,

Quick answer = NO.

As projection TV lamps generally have a life somewhere between 3,000 - 6,000hrs (depending on lamp quality/type), the lamp timer is simply there to assist you in determining when the current lamp is due for replacement.

Resetting the lamp timer has no effect what so ever, on the longevity of the lamp.

The Lamp Timer Reset function is hidden within the Service menu and as such, technicians are usually the only ones who are authorised to reset the timer.

However, the following procedure has been known to reset LG lamp timers:

1. With the TV on, press and hold the MENU button on the TV front panel.
2. While holding that button, press and hold the MENU button on your remote.
3. Hold both buttons for ~5 seconds until the service menu comes up on the TV.
4. Release the remote MENU button first, then the TV MENU button.
5. While holding that button, press and hold the MUTE button on the remote.
6. Press and hold the ENTER (or OK) button on the TV front panel.
7. Hold both buttons until the Lamp Life Hours show up on your TV screen.
8. Release the MUTE button first, then the ENTER button on the TV front panel.
9. Make a note of the lamp hours if you want.
10. To reset the lamp hours, press the SELECT button (the one between the four arrow keys with two concentric circles on it) on your remote.
11. It will ask you to confirm the reset--press SELECT again to confirm



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HOW DO I RESET THE LAMP TIMER ON A SONY KDF55WF655


Procedure for resetting your lamp timer,

Use the Remote Commander to put the set into service mode to display the service menus.

1. TV must be in standby mode (Power off).
2. Press the following buttons on the Remote commander within a second of each other: DISPLAY ==> Channel 5 ==> Volume + ==> POWER. The first service menu (TV) displays.

To reset the Lamp Timer:
1. Press the JUMP button 3 times on the remote to get to the Panel OSD mode.
2. Next press the remote channel 2 button 9 times to get to the Lamp Timer mode.
3. Press the remote 3 button, mute, then enter to reset the timer to zero.

It will take 45-50 seconds for the timer to reset. After the timer is reset you can shut the TV off. The lamp timer will remain reset (no need to save).

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    Press the "Menu" button on the remote control while the lamp timer is displayed.

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    Press the left arrow button. Select "0" and wait until the timer display clears.


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    1. Press the OK or enter button on the front panel and MUTE

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    2. Press the VOLUME (>) button.

    3. Press the OK or enter button.
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    1. Press the JUMP button 3 times on the remote to get to the Panel OSD mode.
    2. Next press the remote channel 2 button 9 times to get to the Lamp Timer mode.
    3. Press the remote 3 button, mute, then enter to reset the timer to zero.

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