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Flashing "LAMP" bottom right side

TV just attempts to come on, but no picture or sound. lamp light continues to flash, and sometimes all three on r corner...what do I need to do first? It is a Samsung 50in lcd rear projection

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Unplug the set from the wall. Next you will need to remove the Lamp Door on the right side of the set. Just one screw and you can remove the door. Next you will see the lamp inside. It has two gold colored screws. Loosen both screws and grab the handle and lightly wiggle side to side while pulling the lamp out. Warning!!! DO NOT TOUCH THE FRONT GLASS AT ALL on the old lamp and the new lamp. If you see shattered glass inside the lamp then you have a bad lamp. There will be a Lamp Code sticker on the left side of the set. Record the lamp Code and purchase a lamp. Once you have the correct lamp just reverse the process. Make sure you have the Lamp Door on correctly and the screw in or else the set will not come on.

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