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I've replaced the lamp in a philips 55ol9223/17 tv but the frame the lamp mounts in just flops in its place the two mounting screw are tight but the whole is loose does the frame attach inside somehow

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Theres a snap mounting tab on the bottom edge where it mounts to the light engine.When that breaks off, it won't mount up.

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I own a Samsung DLP 56" TV for which I purchased a swivel wall mounting bracket that holds up to 160 Lbs of weight. However when looking at the back of the tv set and the such smal size screws that...


Yes it will hold,the wall mount u bought it design for weight of 160 LBS and 50"-60" screen sized right?Just make sure hook up the wall mount on and over a wall area with strong woods beams supports have many fours by fours woods beams lumbers to take off the stress of the holding of the tv by those screws alone of the screen frame screws supports only.

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DLP TV won't run after replacing lamp.


When the lamp on your DLP blows out or the "replace lamp" light says it's time to replace the lamp, you do, then the unit will not power on you may not have inserted the lamp fully, correctly or the interlock switch may not be closing completely on the lamp door.

For safety purposes DLP TV's have an electrical interlock where the lamp door closes. The set cannot be energized with the lamp door off or open. If you remove the lamp door you should see an arm on the door and a slot in the frame with the contact for the switch visible through it. Make sure that the arm is not broken off or damaged in any way.

With the door removed, remove the lamp assembly being careful not to touch any of the glass. If you still have the replacement instructions reread them and follow the reassembly instructions carefully.

Be certain that the lamp assembly is installed properly and seated completely on the power plug. When you are absolutely sure that it is mounted correctly, attach the lamp door making certain that the interlock is being depressed by the arm on the door.

If the unit still does not power on remove the back from the set. This generally involves removing many screws around the perimeter and should be obvious if studied for any length of time. Once the back is removed look at the interlock switch and make sure it is mounted correctly. Many times removing and reinstalling the lamp door will move the switch (if it is loose) causing the switch to not perform it's task and clear the fault for the lamp door.

If the unit appears to be mounted correctly use a DMM to check the continuity of the switch both open and closed. If the switch shows continuity when depressed it is good. Reassemble the unit and try it. If the lamp door switch was the problem you unit should now work.

If your unit still will not work I have a tip at http://www.fixya.com/support/r4606286-troubleshoot_dlp_tv which may be helpful for more advanced troubleshooting.

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How do i change my lamp on a sony xbr kf60xbr800 , where is it located on the tv


Sony lamps are usually found on the rear cover of the TV.If you are standing behind it its on your left side,it is on the side corner with a screwable head(either Philips or single slot)with a coin or treaded or by hand.Once you get the cover removed,lamp assembly is now accessible.There are two screws mounting the lamp assembly.The replacement lamp comes with the housing assembly.edmisch_0.png

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Need to replace stop light


Tail Lamp Assembly Removal & Installation To Remove:
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  1. Remove the tail lamp assembly retaining screws from the body.
  2. Release the locking pins by pulling the assembly directly rearward.
  3. Disconnect the tail lamp assembly connector.
  4. Remove the tail lamp circuit board from the assembly.
To Install:
  1. Install the tail lamp circuit board into the assembly.
  2. Connect the tail lamp assembly connector.
  3. Push the assembly directly forward into the opening to engage the locking pins.
  4. Install the tail lamp assembly retaining screws into the body. Torque the screws to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
High Mount Stop Lamp Removal & Installation To Remove:
CAUTION
Raising the liftgate with the liftgate window open can damage the high mount stop lamp, liftgate hinges, and the liftgate window.
  1. Raise the liftgate.
  2. Lower the rear of the headliner by removing the rear headliner pins.
  3. Disconnect the high mount stop lamp connector.
  4. Remove the high mount stop lamp grommet from the body.
  5. Lower the liftgate.
  6. Open the liftgate window.
  7. Remove the high mount stop lamp retaining screws from the liftgate window molding.
  8. Remove the high mount stop lamp from the vehicle.
To Install:
  1. Place the high mount stop lamp onto the vehicle.
  2. Install the high mount stop lamp retaining screws into the liftgate window molding. Torque the screws to 22 in-lb (2.5 Nm).
  3. Close the liftgate window.
  4. Lift the liftgate.
  5. Install the high mount stop lamp grommet into the body.
  6. Connect the high mount stop lamp connector.
  7. Install the rear of the headliner by inserting the retaining pins.
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THE LAMP IS BROKEN


Hello,

First of all, unplug the TV from the wall outlet.
You have a few thousand volts going through your ballast, be very careful!
It's also a good idea to let the TV cool down for a good 15-20 minutes as the bulb itself can get extremely hot.
Locate the lamp enclosure door; it's usually at the back of your television.
There is a screws on the bottom of the lamp door, remove them using a Philips screw driver.
Take the lamp door out by dismounting it from the bottom.
inside you'll find the lamp enclosure,
On the side of the plastic enclosure there is a screw that secures the enclosure, uninstall it with a Philips screwdriver.
Pull it out the old enclosure from your TV and slide in the new one.
Reinstall the screw on the lamp enclosure.
Place the lamp door back in its place.
Secure it tightly with the screws on the bottom of the door.

Take care and good luck

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Need to replace NEC Lamp Unit in VT75LPE. Unit is bolted to ceiling in library and unable to be detached easily. What is procedure for replacing lamp?


Hi. You are most likely going to have to remove the projector *and* the projector mounting plate in order to access the lamp door. Mark the orientation of the projector mount plate with a marker and set aside. Remove the lamp door with a proper screwdriver. The PROJECTOR MUST BE COOL TO PROCEED!! The lamp will be secured, usually with 2 screws. Loosen these screws--new screws should come with the new lamp--already held in position. Using the hinged metal handle, pull the old lamp straight up and out of the projector. ( you might have to wiggle it and work it out steadily--its a precision fit) Take your time and *don't force* it! Carefully slide the new lamp into position, taking care that the power connector on the lamp assembly is properly seated. MAKE ABSOLUTELY SURE YOU DO NOT TOUCH ANY LAMP GLASS WITH YOUR FINGERS!!! If you do get finger prints on any glass surfaces, carefully wipe them off completely with a dry, soft cloth--DO NOT USE CLEANER!! This is critical to the life of the new lamp--finger oil attracts heat and will cause the new lamp to fail pre-maturely. Re-attach the lamp door--make sure you don't over-tighten any screws on lamp or door--they need to be firmly tight but not "gorilla" tight! lol Clean any dust filters thoroughly before re-attaching the mounting plate--you'll be glad you did! After re-mounting the projector, power it up and go into the menu in order to reset the lamp timer.--Hope I helped you!---Rick

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Philips tv mounting problems


did you ever find a solution for this? the same thing happened to me, and now philips wont repair the mounting hole. I am so mad and will never buy another Philips again!

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Whow to replace lamp on tv sony kdf-e60a20


Follow this procedure to replace the lamp:

1. Turn off the power on the main unit. Wait several minutes, then unplug
the power cord.
(The cooling fan will continue to operate for about two minutes after
turning the power off.)

2. Wait at least 30 minutes after unplugging the power cord to allow the
lamp to cool down before replacing it. To avoid being burned, do not
touch the lamp receptacle once the lamp has been removed.

3. Take the new lamp out of the box.
Do not touch the glass portion of the new lamp.

✍ Do not shake the lamp. Vibration can damage the lamp or shorten
its life.
✍ Avoid touching the front glass of a new lamp or the glass of the
lamp receptacle. This may reduce picture quality or lamp life.


4. Loosen the screws on the rear side panel.

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5. Remove the front panel.

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6. Pull out the lamp.
Loosen the right screw on the cover with a coin or similar object.

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Remove the screw from the lamp cover. Pull down the cover toward you.

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Unscrew the lamp and pull out the lamp horizontally.

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✍ The lamp is very hot immediately after use. Never touch the glass
portion of the lamp or the surrounding parts.
✍ After it has cooled, place the used lamp into the empty box of the
replacement lamp. Never put the used lamp into a plastic bag.


7. Place the new lamp into its place, then tighten the screw.
Mount the new lamp securely. Failure to mount correctly may cause a
fire or the screen to go dark.

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Push the cover back on. Make sure that the hole on the cover aligns with
the hole on the unit. Reattach the lamp cover by tightening the screw.

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✍ If the lamp cover screw is inserted incorrectly, the lamp may not
operate properly. In such a case, remove the screw, insert it
correctly and then tighten the screw completely
✍ If the lamp cover is not reattached securely, the self-diagnostic
function may be triggered and the POWER indicator flashes three
times


8. Reattach the front panel securely.

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9. Tightly screw the side panel in its place.

That is it. Thank you.

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I have just bought a car with an overhead tv i dont know how to get power to it


    Headrest TV
  1. Step 1 Disconnect the headrest from the car seat and remove its upholstery. Trace the outline of the TV's mounting frame onto the foam cushioning with a permanent marker.
  2. Step 2 Cut a hole into the foam using a razor knife for the frame to fit into. Using the frame as a guide, whittle into the hole until it is deep enough for the frame to fit into. Glue the frame into the hole with contact cement and poke another hole into the foam with a screwdriver where the frame's cable hole is.
  3. Step 3 Place the headrest's upholstery cover back on and cut the fabric away where it is over the frame.
  4. Step 4 Place the TV into the frame once the contact cement is dry and hard and run its cable through the other hole. Connect the TV to its tuner console with audio/video cables and store the tuner under the seat.
  5. Step 5 Connect the TV's power adapter cable and route it so it can plug into a cigarette lighter adapter. If it doesn't use one of these, it will have a three-way cable where one connects to the car starter, another to a constant 12-volt source and the last one to a good ground. Disconnect the negative battery cable before connecting any wires
  6. Overhead TV
  7. Step 1 Make sure there is a metal sheet installed in the ceiling below the headboard. This is needed to mount the overhead player onto.
  8. Step 2 Pull away the upholstery on the ceiling. This might require a solvent that will remove the upholstery's adhesive. Insert a plywood or metal sheet between the headboard and upholstery and glue it to the upholstery.
  9. Step 3 Mount the TV set to the ceiling, making sure the screws for the TV's mount are securely screwed into the sheet within the ceiling.
  10. Step 4 Route the wires to the engine compartment if the TV doesn't use an adapter plug for the cigarette lighter. With the negative battery cable unplugged, connect the TV's red wire to the starter's electrical connector, the yellow to the battery or other 12-volt source and the black to a metal ground like on the chassis.
  11. Dash TV
  12. Step 1 Unplug both battery cables from the car's battery, starting with the negative terminal.
  13. Step 2 Remove the stereo from the car. Pry away and remove any trim panels on the dash, then unscrew the mounting screws on the stereo and disconnect the electrical connectors. Some stereo units have an anti-theft mounting system requiring special tools that fit into holes on the stereo front to release its mounting clips.
  14. Step 3 Place the TV within an installation kit designed for your model carmag-glass_10x10.gif. Connect the antenna's cable to the TV and mount the antenna on the outside of the car; the trunk or the roof near the door frame are two possible locations. Route the cable along the weatherstripping or secure it to the side with cable ties.
  15. Step 4 Connect the TV to its tuner box with RCA video (composite) cables and store the tuner somewhere secure, like the glove box. Wire the TV to the radio antenna and stereo connectors with a wiring harness designed for your car, which can be purchased at a car audio supply store.
  16. Step 5 Mount the TV into the stereo's old spot within the dash, fasten all the mounting screws and replace the trim panels. Reconnect the battery cables once the set is mounted, starting with the positive terminal.
i hope this will help.you can send a message if you not satisfied

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