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How do I reset the lamp timer for the infocus LP925 projector? Are there other problems that could cause my issue?


hi
this lamp has a small lamp pcb with a chip on it.
have u change the complete module or have just changed the bulb.
if you have just changed the bulb then u have to replace the small fuse on the chip.
this should help to reset the lamp timer!

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I have a mitsubishi 73735 television that is not showing a pcture there is a red lamp light on; on the front of the television does the lamp need changing


Hello, welcome to Fixya!

My question would be; how long have you been using the TV and have you every changed the lamp?

If you have never changed the lamp or if it has been a long time since you changed the lamp, then it means the lamp needs to be changed.

The red lamp staying on, also could mean a power problem. But,in any case, go ahead and change the lamp. Hopefully, it should fix the problem.

Regards.

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Changed lamp and TV won't turn on, power light flashes 3 times


Hi,
Red light blinking 3 times shows problem with lamp cover.
Lamp cover is not fixed securely in your tv after lamp replacement. Lamp cover is first thing that was removed to replace lamp, check lamp cover and make sure its back in place properly.
Thanks.

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Flashes change lamp after a couple of hours run


Reset the lamp timer.
1,Connect the power cord.
2,While simultaneously holding down "menu","enter" and "down" on the projector, press "standby/On" on the projector and keep all four buttons pressed down until the lamp indicator starts blinking green.
"LAMP 0000H" is displayed, indicating that the lamp timer is reset.

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Changing the lamp in a Sony Wega KDF46E2000


Click Sony Support to download instruction manual of KDF-46E2000that has lamp replacement info in detail.

Click Sony Support to download instruction manual of KDF-55WF655
that has detailed procedure of lamp replacement.

lamp replacement is very easy and mentioned in related instruction manual of TV. Please buy original Sony lamp from Sony Accessories Store and avoid aftermarket / cheap lamp.

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How do I change the lamp in this tv? Do I need to buy just the lamp or lamp with housing?


If you have not changed a lamp before at all, I would suggest that you purchase the lamp plus housing. This will contain complete instructions on how to change the lamp and reset the counter. Keep the instruction sheet and the old housing and you should be able to replace just the lamp the next time.

Dan

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I need to change lamp for sony KF-50we610 TV. Just got the new lamp and ready to change.
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Go into the projector menu, OPTION and then select LAMP TIME.

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