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Probably the replacement lamp is not correctly aligned. HOWEVER, if the band is not on the bottom, but is surrounded (above and below) with good picture, the cause is in the RED color circuitry usually the 'convergence' section. This type of failure is often due to a failing electrolytic capacitor. Repair is problematic and may be in the integrated circuitry.
are the power cells identical in every way to the old cells? Any variation can be a problem. Evidently the cells are in correctly or you would not get any message; so this may be related to a circuit board issue. A continuity test would locate the source, and if you do not have test equipment; take it to a camera shop for service.
first chek dev unit toner? pls insert toner 1087+ 1087+ 130 set dev enter ok then 10 mnt wait and check drum and dp closing time corect sitting or chage edge of dp unit you cleang time smothing wrong?? comng blnk copy
Lamp is located on left side if you see tv from rear side. Click Sony Support and download user manual free copy and check page-44 for more details along with exploded views for better idea about how to replace lamp.
If your SONY shuts down and the Green Power Light flashes 35-38 times before the picture comes back on....the problem is the LAMP. You need to order a new bulb and replace your old one. I had the same problem and this fixed it. My Red Lamp Light never came on and Sony.com/support only wanted to schedule a service call for me. They claimed no knowledge of this fix. Replacing the bulb is a breeze
You need to get into bios to change the boot order. You can usually get into bios by tapping F12, esc, or whatever depending on who wrote your bios. Once you get into bios, you should see something like change boot order somewhere. If you don't know where it is then just keep scanning each page and you will find it. It will be called something "boot order". Use the directions on screen to change it to whatever drive you desire and you should be good to go. If you can't do it then write back and let me know.