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WD-52628 lamp replacement

I got a lamp and cartridge from laptopsforless, and it didn't fit. So I took the bulb out of the cartridge and put it in the original cartridge and it worked. My problem is that my whole screen is pitched, slanted, skewed clockwise, or the right side is lower than the left.

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  • dlpnotforme Jan 26, 2008

    Thanks Coldcut. I did just as you say prior to posting this. It is completely seated and I have the same result. There are differences in the bulb itself. One is that the edges of the new bulb glass are open. Meaning if this bulb blows, glass will easily fall out. My old lamp did blow and glass was all over, but contained within the bulb. The other difference is the dimension of the new bulb is probably 1 mm wider and possibly the depth is longer, but not by much. It sounds like I need to try and get a better matching bulb.

  • Shemans Apr 24, 2009

    I have an issue with a flashing yellow light after changing bulb. Is this due to the bulb not being seated correctly in cartridge or the cartrige not seated correctly in the tv?

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The reflector on the new bulb must be the same length/height.
or your beam will be off center normally causing gray areas.
Most likely you did not seat the tray/carrier correctly
be certain the lamp is seated fully.
never touch the lamp with fingers as the oil will make hot spots.
pull out re-seat the tray again.

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