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I have a Toshiba TDPT9 model. I replaced the lamp for new one. however, when turning on a yellow light is display (not fashing) and it does not turn on.

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Diagnostic information can be found in the users guide or owners manual.
You can download the users guide from the toshiba downloads page.

This light most likely indicates that the lamp timer is overdue and needs to be reset. These instructions should come with your new lamp according to the owners manual. Usually this is a menu option on the projector with the 'reset to factory defaults'.

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