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Won't power up

I replaced the lamp assembly, unplugged the unit and it still won't power up. is there something else i need to do after replacing the lamp? any other suggestions about how to get it to turn on?
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  • KPRI Nov 28, 2007

    Same thing, my projector is currently sitting here doing nothing! HELP!

  • Djskogs May 06, 2008

    Oops, I posted my issue in the wrong spot. What happens if you replace the lamp of your Sharp XV-Z9000U projector, the yellow light still flashes, turns to red and goes off? I have tried to reset it by pressing those buttons and I get nothing. Is there another solution?


    Thanks.

  • robhogue Mar 11, 2009

    I have a crunching sound on start-up with my XV-Z9000U, more pronounced on shutdown. Sounds like a cooling fan going bad, or perhaps worse, the color wheel. Anyone else having this problem? Any solutions?

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THIS DID NOT WORK FOR ME. THE POWER LIGHT FLASHES RED THEN GREEN. THE LAMP LIGHT FLASHES GREEN. BUT NO FAN NO LIGHT NO MOTOR.

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There is no down arrow or enter button. all i have is power, volume, contrast and color button. I dont know what you are smoking

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What happens if you replace the lamp of your Sharp XV-Z9000U projector, the yellow light still flashes, turns to red and goes off? I have tried to reset it by pressing those buttons and I get nothing. Is there another solution?

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I had the same problem after I replaced my lamp. You need to hold down the:

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Enter
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simultaneously - this resets the lamp counter. After I did that my projector fired right back up.

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How to install lamp assembly


Lamp door is either at the rear or left side of set, remove door with set unplugged, two more screws behind it and the cartridge with lamp which has a handle on it will slide out as a unit.

Replace with cartridge with new lamp and put the lamp unit in, tighten the two screws that secure it, replace lamp door (important) and power set back up.

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My screen on my tv was dim for about 3 days and then when i tried to turn it on i heard a popping news and it now will not power back on.


The problem of your unit is the lamp, try to replace new lamp follow this instructions. Unplug your unit to main AC outlet, remove the protective panel. The location of the lamp assembly will vary, try to read the owners manual before proceeding. The removable lamp assembly is at the of the TV, either on the back or at the side. Remove the small screws that hold the protective panel in place and slide off the panel. Disconnect the lamp assembly. Loosen the one or two screws that hold the lamp assembly in place. On some units, the screws will loosen but remain attached to the assembly. Hold the plastic handle on the lamp assembly and pull the assembly straight out. Note do not touch the bulb with your bare hands. Insert the new bulb assembly. Replacement lamps are usually sold pre-installed in a plastic assembly. Do not touch the bulb. good day and best regards.

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HOW DO I REPLACE THE LAMP


Hello
To replace lamp in JVC projection TV follow the steps below.
[1]. Order a compatible replacement lamp from JVC. Order a replacement lamp from JVC's Accessory Store or a local authorized parts distributor to ensure that you obtain a compatible replacement lamp. To order a replacement lamp, you must have the lamp type and lamp code of your JVC projection TV, which can be found on the rear of the television.
[2]. Turn off the television and allow the bulb to cool. For safety reasons, turn off and unplug your television before accessing any of its internal components. Wait at least 20 minutes before attempting to replace the lamp so that it has time to cool down. If the back of the television is not warm or hot to the touch, it is safe to begin removing the lamp
[3]. Unscrew and remove the lamp door. The lamp door on JVC projection TVs is located on the rear left of the television and is shaped like a square. Several warnings related to the lamp will be printed on the door. Use a Phillips-head or flathead screwdriver to remove the large screw, then remove the door
[4]. Unscrew and remove the lamp assembly unit. After you have removed the lamp door, you will see the lamp assembly unit. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the two screws. One screw is on the top right corner of the unit and the second screw is on the bottom left corner of the unit. Detach the lamp assembly unit from the compartment by lifting the handle and pulling the unit away from the television
[5]. Install the replacement lamp and secure the lamp door. Hold the replacement lamp assembly unit by the handle and insert it straight into the compartment. Reinsert and tighten the two screws onto the lamp assembly unit with a screwdriver. Place the lamp door back onto the television and tighten the screw to secure it to the television
[6]. Reset the television's lamp timer. Press "Menu" on the television's remote, then scroll to and select "Lamp Timer Reset." Press "OK" to rest the timer. A prompt will appear notifying you that the timer has successfully been reset

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I have a panasonic projection TV, PT-60C13 that will not turn on. Upon pressing the power on button, the button flashes green many times, then flashes red five time then one orange flash. This red/orange...


Hi,

The most common cause of Panasonic Rear Projection LCD TVs not starting is bulb failure. The PT-60LC13 users manual gives some help in translating the LEDs on the front of the TV.

If the TV worked normally for a period of time (months or years) and won't start, the most likely cause is bulb failure. There is no way to measure the bulb, sometimes the bulb is visibly damaged when it fails. Remove the Lamp Assembly and look at the bulb.

If there was an On-Screen Lamp Replace warning and TV won't start, bulb has failed.

The first step with all Panasonic Rear Projection TV "No Picture" problems is bulb replacement. If that does not remedy the problem, get a technician, there are no user serviceable parts. Guessing if the ballast, power supply, controller board or optical engine is faulty is not practical.

The Panasonic Lamp Gallery shows all Panasonic models and Lamp Numbers. There is also a link to Panasonic DIY bulb and lamp replacement.

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Rear turn signal b ulb burned out - How to replace


Rear Turn Signal, Brake and Parking Lights
  1. Remove the tail light assembly screws, then the assembly.
  2. Disconnect the twist lock socket from the lens housing. NOTE: To remove the bulb, turn the twist lock socket (at the rear of the housing) counterclockwise 1?4 turn, then remove the socket with the bulb; replace the bulb if defective. Fig. 7: Remove the tail light assembly screws, then the assembly - wagon shown 86816223.jpg Fig. 8: Twist the socket counterclockwise to remove from the housing 86816225.jpg Fig. 9: This type of bulb simply can be pulled out of the socket for replacement 86816226.jpg To install:
  3. Attach the socket assemblies to the back of the lamp unit.
  4. Install the lamp assembly to the vehicle with the mounting screws.
License Plate Light
  1. Remove the lens screws.
  2. Once the lens is removed you, can access the bulb and replace if needed. To install:
  3. Install the new bulb, then attach the lens to the body of the vehicle.
Center High Mount Stop Lamp
  1. Remove the screws securing the lamp cover.
  2. Remove the mounting nuts, then unplug the electrical harness to the lamp assembly.
  3. The lamp now should come out. To install:
  4. Position the lamp assembly to the vehicle, then attach the electrical harness to the lamp.
  5. Install the mounting nut, tighten to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
  6. Attach the lamp cover. Fig. 10: Exploded view of the center high mount stop lamp assembly - wagon shown 86816230.gif
    Fig. 11: Light bulb application chart for all models with non-European headlamps 86816237.gif
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Green projection lamp not working


  1. you will need a manual screwdriver to remove the panel. You need a soft non-abrasive cloth to avoid any contact with your fingers and the lamp assembly.
  2. Turn off the Projector. After the unit has cooled down properly, remove the power cord from the outlet..
  3. Remove Lamp Compartment Door. The lamp compartment on projectors islocated underneath the projector unit. For Rear Projection TVs, the lamp compartment is located in the rear bottom left or right side of the TV.. Remove the screws and the lamp compartment door.
  4. Remove Lamp Assembly. pull out the lamp assembly disconnect any power cords that is still connected to the lamp assembly. Put it aside and don't get it confused with your new lamp!
  5. Clean Lamp Compartment. Dust gets everywhere and while you have the projector open, use a soft cloth to remove any loose dust from the lamp compartment.
  6. Insert New Lamp Assembly. reconnect any power cables to the new lamp if present and slide the new lamp into the compartment in the same orientation that the original lamp came out.
  7. Replace Lamp Compartment Door. Set the lamp compartment door back into place and securely screw in the door without screwing it in too tight

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Need to replaced lamp


The easy way to confirm if it is the bulb. Unplug the power to the TV. Remove 2 screws that keeps the lamp cover in the TV. (see manual on lamp replacement). This is on the left side of the TV. Then remove the 2 screws that hold the lamp unit in. Pull out the lamp unit by the handle and then look at the lamp. If it is broken, you will need to replace the lamp.

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New lamp died - won't light


Did you try unplugging the unit from the wall, replugging, then cycling power?

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Replacing the left rear driver side tail lamp assembly


Most of these type lights do not have a plug. I am assuming that you want to replace a burnt out lamp.

Here's what you do. Remove the assembtail lamp assembly. It is usually held on with 2 or 3 phillips head screws. If the problem is a burnt out lamp, the lamp assembly will unscrew from the unit by turning it counterclockwise about a quarter turn. Take the bad bulb to an auto parts store and get a replacement. The bulb will only fit one way into its socket. Then take the socket with the new bulb and insert it back in the housing. Again it will only fit one way. remount the tail light assembly.

If the actual plastic tail light assembly is broken or cracked remove the lamp assembly as described above, take the broken tail light to a dealer and ghet a new one. They are expensive. I just replaced one for my 95 F-150 pickup and it was $40.

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NO,If you can get to the three phillips screws directly over the vent door then you do not have to take the unit down. Unplug the unit. Remove the top three screws over the center of the louvre and then carefully lower the vent louvre. (Lowering helps me get a better grip on the louvre assembly. Then you will slide the vent louvre assembly about 1/8" to the left and then it will pull straight back and out. In the center is an aluminum cover which has a phillips screw facing you. Remove this screw and the cover plate. The light bulb is directly to the left of the inside of the cover plate. You will see the metal tabs which hold it in place. Pull the bulb housing assembly straight out (to your right) as you face the microwave. Then you will locate your halogen 120V 20W bulb. I just received this from a fellow guest on fix it and I was able to fix my unit 10 mintes ago.Also another tip was to take the inside glass out when reinserting the bulb unit back in because it does get in the way. Good Luck

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