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IS IT THE LAMP?

HOW DO YOU KNOW IF THE LAMP IS THE ONE THAT IS NOT WORKING?

My TV won't turn on... I checked the lamp, it's not burned, and I also check the fuses, there were 2 really small ones, but they didn't look burned either.

I have a Hitachi 60V710.

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The lamp indicator should indicate when your lamp needs replacing.

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