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Trying to reassemble TV lamp housing - Mitsubishi WD-52525 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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Jvc tv


FOLLOW this steps and fix it. God bless you

  • 1
    Power down the TV. Let it cool down for several minutes to avoid touching anything hot. There are many parts inside the TV that could be hot.

  • 2
    Unplug the TV and all media devices attached to it. Let the TV sit again for several more minutes just to be safe. The lamp receptacle and other components could still be hot.




  • 3
    Unscrew the back cover of your TV with a screwdriver. Have someone help if the cover is big. The lamp's housing unit on most TVs is located towards the bottom. Refer to your TV Owner's Manual for specific instructions.

  • 4
    Unscrew the lamp's housing unit with your screwdriver. Take your time to avoid damaging the housing unit. You'll see the lamp once you open the housing unit.

  • 5
    Use a soft cloth to unscrew the lamp out of the housing unit. There's a possibility the lamps- could still be hot. The cloth will help protect your hand.

  • 6
    Screw the replacement lamp into the housing unit with the same soft cloth. The oils from your fingers could ruin a rear projection TV bulb.

  • 7
    Reattach the lamp's housing unit and TV back cover. Make sure no wires are loose or get caught when screwing the back cover on.

  • 8
    Attach all media devices like cable or satellite boxes. You should now be able to watch your TV with a brand new picture.


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JUST PURCHASED A NEW LAMP HOW DO I CHANGE IT


Lamp are pretty easy to change. Your lamp is mounted in the front of the TV.
On the back side of the T by the screen you will have 2 big plastic screws. You need to unscrew them. You might need to use a quarter to get them started.
Once the screws are loose then you need to go to the front of the TV and pop out the bottom front panel. This is where the power light is. Don't be afraid to apply pressure when trying to pop it out.
Once the panel is off you will see a door with another plastic screw.
Open the door and you will see the lamp. The lamp will either be screwed in or held in by a latch.
Remove the lamp and insatlee the new lamp.
Reassemble everything and turn the TV on
Go into the user menu and reset your lamp timer and you are done.
Good luck to you.

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My lamp burned out and I got the replacecent lamp from samsungparts.com, but the housing didnt fit into the tv. So I put the new lamp in the old housing, after verifying the lamp was the correct part...


According to an aftermarket lamp manufacturer, there are 2 different lamps (1st and 2nd generations) available for the Samsung HL-R4667W, but only one of them will actually fit. The lamp that is commonly associated with this model, BP96-00826A, is used in housing that has a silver bump protruding from the opposite side as the front face of the bulb itself. The other type, BP96-01073A, is placed in a housing that has a smooth back face and a overall larger bulb. I can verify that the HL-R4667W that I own seems to have the second type of lamp.

As long as you didn't open the housing of the lamp that you purchased to try to install the lamp in the housing that your TV came with, you might still be able to request an exchange from samsungparts.com, given the circumstances.

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Please Help. I have a 56" DLP Samsung and the lights just flash


Sounds like the lamp might be burned out. The Lamp should be replaced every couple years. If they are not replaced they will eventually burn out. Replacement is not that difficult and just requires a screwdriver. The lamp is located at the back of the DLP TV on the left side. The lamp can be purchased online from Samsung for about $130 dollars. You might be able to find a aftermarket one for less. Just use your telivision's model number located on the right side of the TV on sticker to cross reference the bulb that is needed or there might be a sticker on the back at the lamp housing that has the lamp part number. And make sure to spend the extra money and get the Lamp with the housing together. You can buy just the lamp for cheaper but that will require you to remove the old lamp from the housing and they are fragile. Much easier installation with the housing/lamp combo.

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How to install a SONY LAMP XL2400 into your TV


remove 2 screws from bottom back of tv(plillips) now carefully remove front cover.it unclips,sometimes you have to pry it off.take out screws from lamp cover,remove cover,take screws out of lamp, remove lamp.reverse process to put it back together.

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Samsung 50" DLP - Lamp Light Blinking after bulb replacement


Listen closely. The tv should make a high pitch whine as it turns on. If it does wait and see if it tries this a few times. If yes then check the bulb, I have seen cases where the lamp shoves the power connector back into the set. If the tv starts with a grown or heavy vibration noise, then your color wheel may have broken and needs replaced.

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How To change Sony XL-5100 Projector Lamp with housing


  • Installation is Quick and Easy:
    In most cases, replacing your projection lamp is quick and easy. However, it is recommended that you consult your owner's manual for more detailed instructions:
  • Unplug your TV from your power outlet
  • Allow the lamp to cool for at least one (1) hour before replacing it
  • Remove the Lamp unit cover (Usually located at the rear of the television)
  • Unscrew the lamp housing unit
  • Remove the old lamp housing unit and discard
  • Screw in the new lamp housing unit
  • Place the cover back onto your TV unit Caution: Do NOT touch the bulb directly with your fingers.
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    On the front, under the screen there is a large plastic cover. The far right side of the cover has the black decals "HDTV 1080i" and "VIVA bb3 sound" on it. There aren't any screws holding it on, just pressure snaps. Pull the sides of it off gently and the three or so foot long panel will come loose. You'll see a black plastic panel now with two doors, one in the middle and one on the left of the middle door. The one on the left has a white lamp warning label decal and a black screw holding it in place. Remove the screw and take off the door. Inside is the lamp housing. Some models have a a screw on the right side of the black plastic housing, holding it in place. Take out that screw and pull the housing directly out toward you. You now have the lamp housing. If you are replacing it with a new lamp and housing just push the new on into place and reassemble, you're all done. If you are replacing just the lamp, you have a little more disasembling to do. But its not hard. If you need further help, post a comment and I'll send pictures. Good Luck.

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    I recently had a similar problem after replacing my lamp the set would work for 22 mins then go into standby for 30 sec then come back on, then repeats, I decided to experiment with the lamp housing, I removed the new lamp, unscrewed the top of the lamp that holds the actual bulb then switched out the main housing (bottom part) with the original housing, that seemingly has corrected my problem, you may want to try if the replacement lamp did not come from Sony...good luck

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