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To reset it, you should have its remote control. Enter the menu > timer > reset to 00:00. Electro help

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

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