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Lamp replaced but lite still blinks

I recently replaced the lamp on my Hitachi 50v500 Projection TV, and now the lamp light blinks, which says that the lamp door is not assembled properly. I have opened and closed it a number of times, but it still does not start the TV.

My email is gnikolaisen@centurytel.net

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