Question about Sony XL-2100U Projector Lamp for KF-42WE610, KF-50WE610, KF-60WE610, KDF-60XBR950, KDF-70XBR95

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Sorry did not know if I posted this correctly or not.

Posted by ttaris on Feb 23, 2008 Report abuse

Hello, I have a 4 year old sony WEGA tv. The screen went black a couple days ago and the Lamp light came on. I order the Sony XL 2100U lamp (per the TV instructions). I pulled the old lamp out and it was blown (shatter in the lamp and there was black residue around the lamp plug).

So I follow the instructions and the TV will not come back on. I even do not get the LED to blink appropriately to tell me if the lamp door is on correctly or not. Please help
Comment by ttaris, posted on Feb 23, 2008 Note: The LED is supposed to be blinking once I replace the lamp door (1 once if I got it correct, 3 times if incorrect, 4 times a problem). Anyhoo, no blinking. Help.

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  • Luigi Ferguson May 11, 2010

    Go back over the instructions and make sure that you did everything the way you were supposed to have.



    Did you touch the glass part of the lamp at all? Are you sure that no glass or other sediment is prohibiting the lamp from fitting exactly into place?

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I just brought my kf-42we610 sony authorized service-tv went black would not turn on-I was infromed Sony knows about problem with the fan in back -gets way to hot and basically melts everything-they are fixing free of charge until march of 09

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