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REPLACING LAMP I HAVE BOUGHT A NEW LAMP FOR MY PROJECTION TV AND NOT THE WHOLE CARTRIDGE. HOW DO PUT IN THE NEW BLUB?

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You will have to extract the old lamp and utilize that original part to make this repair...accordianman

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Reset the component settings. Most problems with Mitsubishi projection televisions can be resolved by resetting the television to factory settings

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