My lamp burned out so I purchased a new bulb on eBay. I have removed the housing, then the bulb and put the new one in. There are only two connections to the bulb, so it wasn't that difficult. There was, however, a small thin aluminum piece attached to the front of the old bulb that won't fit on the new one. Not sure if that needs reattached somehow. Anyway, when I insert the housing unit and power on, everything looks okay but I get no light. The Power button flashes green. What have I missed?
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Re: I'm trying to replace the lamp
All [parts small or large are in place for a reason and if it does not go back on then the chances are that yu have the wrong bulb as this is a common occurance. also you will have a counter for the bulb hours on the inbuilt menu on screen, this will need resetting for full functionality to be returned.
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Please follow the steps below to be able to replace the lamp,
Park the vehicle on a level surface. Turn off the engine.
Remove the four pushpins located on the underside of the protective shield on the front of the vehicle. Remove the protective shield from the vehicle.
Reach behind the front bumper area from under the vehicle to access the lamp housing.
Remove the largest bulb socket from the housing by rotating the socket counterclockwise. Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb by lifting the two plastic clips at the base of the bulb.
Pull the burned-out bulb out. Replace it with a new bulb by pushing the new bulb directly into the socket. Reconnect the electrical connector to the socket. Place the socket back into the housing. Rotate it clockwise to secure it in place.
Reattach the protective shield to the front of the vehicle by reinstalling the pushpins.
Replacement of the
lamp should be carried out by a qualified appliance repair service.
SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT!
this only if you are competent.
But here is a basic method if you are
mechanically minded and have electrical safety knowledge.
The lamp is sat in a housing and its
position is adjacent to the vent holes that it shines through. If
you feel confident, disconnect it from the mains power, remove
anything in the cavity. Remove the microwave cover. Purchasing a
new replacement lamp will be useful as it will give you an idea of
what it looks like. Locate the dead lamp remove the lamp and fit the
new one. Replace the covers. Plug it back in and try the lamp by
opening the door. Hope this helps.
According to an aftermarket lamp
manufacturer, there are 2 different lamps (1st and 2nd
generations) available for the Samsung HL-R4667W, but only one of them
will actually fit. The lamp that is commonly associated with
this model, BP96-00826A, is used in
housing that has a silver bump protruding from the opposite side as the
front face of the bulb itself. The other type, BP96-01073A, is
placed in a housing that has a smooth back face and a overall larger
bulb. I can verify that the HL-R4667W that I own seems to have the
second type of lamp.
As long as you didn't open the housing of the lamp that you purchased to
try to install the lamp in the housing that your TV came with, you
might still be able to request an exchange from samsungparts.com, given
Remove the tail light assembly screws, then the assembly.
Disconnect the twist lock socket from the lens housing.
NOTE: To remove the bulb, turn the twist lock socket (at the rear of the housing) counterclockwise 1?4 turn, then remove the socket with the bulb; replace the bulb if defective.
Fig. 7: Remove the tail light assembly screws, then the assembly - wagon shown
Fig. 8: Twist the socket counterclockwise to remove from the housing
Fig. 9: This type of bulb simply can be pulled out of the socket for replacement
Attach the socket assemblies to the back of the lamp unit.
Install the lamp assembly to the vehicle with the mounting screws.
Remove the mounting nuts, then unplug the electrical harness to the lamp assembly.
The lamp now should come out.
Position the lamp assembly to the vehicle, then attach the electrical harness to the lamp.
Install the mounting nut, tighten to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
Attach the lamp cover.
Fig. 10: Exploded view of the center high mount stop lamp assembly - wagon shown
Fig. 11: Light bulb application chart for all models with non-European headlamps
Fig. 12: Light bulb application chart for Buicks with European headlamps
Fig. 13: Light bulb application chart for Oldsmobiles with European headlamps
no you should only replace a bulb with the one made for that brande t.v. you should put in a sony xl-2400 in your sony t.v. and yes you should get both housing and bulb in 1 i bought mine off ebay for about 116.00$ both lamp and housing very easy to replace good luck also if you have a sony kdf-42we655 or 50we655the lamp part # is xl-21oou or xl-2100
I have the same bulb and was told by Replacement Lamps the same thing. No you can not switch the housings. I tried. The bulb is too large and does not fit in the old housing. It is the wrong lamp all together.
You can use an ENH lamp which is 250 watts. it costs more (shop around- margins are high on lamps) but lasts an average of 175 hours vs the 300 watt ELH lamp at 35 hours.
You can also get ELH and ENH lamps from Wiko and Fuji in a "-5" version, ie ELH-5. It's built for 125 volts rather than the typical actual house voltage of 110-120 v. This allows them to burn much longer. There is a marginal lowering of light output in these forms.