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Wega LCD widescreen rear projection 60"serial No. KFWS60S1

We are having trouble trying to find the replacement globe no. for the above model. could you also tell us what compatible models will fit the same globe.
Thank you
Trudy Hicks

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  • hicksy5 Feb 25, 2008

    Our rear projection has blown a globe and to buy them direct from sony is VERY expensive, there are a few places we can buy them a lot cheaper but we need the globe serial no. as these tv have now been updated and they no longer make this perticular model but I am sure that globes from other models will fit ours we just need somone to help us find out which ones.
    regards.

  • hicksy5 Feb 25, 2008

    I will give you all the information I have.
    It is a Grand Wega Sony LCD wide screen rear projection 60" TV Model No. on back of Tv is KFWS60S1
    let me know if you need anymore info.

  • hicksy5 Feb 25, 2008

    does this price include the housing or is that extra and does it come with instructions on installing it?
    regards
    trudy and geoff

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Hi The model of the set is what we need to help in identifying the part. Then we shall get about finding it for you

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    Graeme Ross Feb 25, 2008

    Hi there. You can source one direct from Sony here. $188

    Cheaper from Sony than here $196



    But the cheapest is from here $157



    You can only get the original lamp for this model. There are at this point no third party manufacturers out there selling them.



    Good Luck with you quest.



    regards

    Graeme

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    Graeme Ross Feb 25, 2008

    the Sony part # A1501092A to make it easier to order.

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    Graeme Ross Feb 26, 2008

    In most cases where the cost is less, it is the lamp only not the complete housing that is being replaced. The lamp only is changeable. A few skills are needed to get in there and do this, but nothing that cannot be done by a tool wise repairperson. Dont forget to turn it off before getting into it.



    regards

    Graeme

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Hello sir

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

  • Mohamed Ismail
    Mohamed Ismail Feb 25, 2008

    Can you mention the details in the post, ur details arnt clear as such. waiting for ur reply..!!!



    Thankyou

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