Hi , i have a rca 60'' projector
tv.i need a blue lamp.
model of the tv is a: rca P60928
can you tell me where i can have one
a best price.
i whant to know how i can
adjust the black color because
i can not see all the detail
on black thing.
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Re: rca 60'' p60928
The set does not have a blue lamp. The set has a blue picture tube. I have found that the best RCA parts distributor is Union Electronics at 1-800-648-6657. The picture tubes in projection sets are very fragile and dangerous to handle. The new picture tube will come dry, so the lens assembly and seal will have to be assembled onto the new tube and then filled with fresh coolant. The set will then need a complete realignment, everything from screen and focus voltages, bias and drive, yoke and ring position to convergence circuits. If you have no experience in any of the above, do not attempt to replace a picture tube. Allow a qualified tech to handle it for you.
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Disconnect the power cable from your projector. Allow it to cool for 30 to 60 minutes. Lay the projector upside down on a table.
Remove the lamp
cover, typically located on one of the rear corners of the projector's
underside. Depending on your projector, you will either have to loosen a
few Phillips screws or press on one or two plastic release tabs to
remove the lamp cover.
Loosen the screws holding the lamp assembly in place. Grab the assembly by the handle and slide it out of the projector.
Slide a new lamp assembly into the projector. Don't touch
the glass on the bulb because it will damage the bulb. Tighten the
retaining screws on the lamp assembly and replace the lamp cover.
Turn the projector right side up and reconnect the power cable. Power on your projector.
Unplug the TV from the outlet. Let it cool for 30 to 60 minutes.
Remove the lamp cover. On most rear projection TVs, the lamp
cover is located on the right or left side of the TV's rear panel.
Remove the cover by loosening the screws and pulling the cover away from
the TV. Certain manufacturers, like Mitsubishi, have the lamp cover in
the front of the TV, near the left speaker. To get to the cover, you
must first use your fingers to pry off the front panel below the screen,
revealing the speakers and lamp cover. Loosen the screws on the cover
and pull it away from the TV.
Remove the lamp assembly. Loosen its screws, grab the handle and slide it out of the TV. If you have a newer Sony model, there are no screws. Instead, press the release tab to unlock the lamp assembly and slide it out of the TV.
Slide a new lamp assembly into the TV. Don't touch the glass
on the assembly, as the oils in your fingers will damage the bulb.
Tighten the screws or pop the retaining tab into place.
Replace the lamp cover and front panel, if necessary. Plug your TV back into the electrical outlet and power it on.
Tips & Warnings
Touching the lamp assembly before it has cooled can cause a nasty burn.
1. As before, with lamp replacement, allow approximately 45-60 minutes cooling time before accessing the projector.
2. If there is no output from the lamp, ensure that all internal, external and trip fuses are intact and filter covers are correctly fitted.
3. If another projector of the same make and model is available, change over the lamp assembly to confirm that the lamp is at fault.
4. If the projector is now working, a replacement lamp should be ordered from a recommended supplier.
5. If the projector still fails to work, check that the manufacturer's warranty has expired and, if so, contact TRS and report the fault as normal.
6. When replacing a lamp and it is found that the glass lamp housing has shattered, be aware that lamps can contain a small amount of mercury vapour. The room should be evacuated for a minimum of 30 minutes prior to any further remedial work being carried out.
7. On returning to the room, do not attempt to clean out the shards of broken glass. The projector should be carefully placed in a robust plastic bag and sealed. ok
The Blue dots or discolouration you are seeing is due too the Blue LCD screen having cracked from excessive heat. This normally happens when you have a power failure while the Television was on. This obviously because the Blue LCD sits next to the lamp - the main cause of heat. The correct part number on the 60" is A-1086-952-A. It is very, very ,expensive.
Sorry to have been the bearer of bad news. Good luck : )