Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
The lamp that you need can be bought from amazon at the following link
To find and replace it, please follow the directions below
Shut off the power to the Panasonic projection TV and wait 1 to 3 minutes until you hear the cooling fan stop. Then unplug the TV. Don't unplug the TV before you hear the fan stop or else it might damage the set.
Wait until the lamp has a chance to cool down. It may be quite hot after it has been used. Panasonic recommends leaving the TV off and unplugged for at least an hour before swapping out the lamp (this can also keep you from being hurt by having it discharge).
Open the cover on the front of the TV and turn the lamp cover knob to the "open" position (usually by turning it to the left). Then pull the lamp cover itself out and down to access the lamp itself.
Turn the lamp unit knob (not to be confused with the lamp cover knob) to the "open" position (usually by turning it to the left). Pull the old lamp free of the TV by grasping the lamp unit knob and carefully pulling on it.
Slide the new lamp into place, making sure that it's facing the same direction and in the same position as the old lamp.
Turn the lamp unit knob to the "lock" position, usually by turning it to the right. You should here a clicking noise to tell you that it's locked.
Shut the lamp cover and turn the lamp cover knob to the "lock" position, usually by turning it to the right, Then close the front cover on the Panasonic projection TV.
Reset the lamp time (Please see the two paragraphs below), then turn the TV on. If the screen doesn't come on, you may not have secured the lamp properly. Double check the cover knob and lamp knob to make sure they are both locked.
To reset the lamp timer you have to have your TV remote (not a universal - the original remote). Turn the TV on and wait for the lamp timer reset message to disappear or push Exit on the remote (or any button similar to exit, depending on the model).
Then, simultaneously press and hold the VOL- button on the TV and the PIP button on the remote at the same time (usually near the bottom left of the remote). On some models it is the SPLIT button instead.
Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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