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Pop and the screen went black.

My tv is the Panasonic PT50-LC14. I have never had a message telling me to replace the lamp and from reading some posts I don't know if it is the lamp or a fuse. I tried looking to see if this tv has a fuse panel or any fuses at all. What is most likely my problem?

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If you herd a pop noise, the lamp would be my suspect. You should be able to take it out and varify. All LCD projections are subject to the same type of failures and without notice. If you have around 3000 or 4000 hrs of use the set would probly give you a message the lamp should be replaced soon.
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That's what happened to me when my lamp went out. Never got a warning message before it happened

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