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I'm not familiar with the Toshiba projection tv but I have a Sony. There should be an access door to get at the projection lamp that is about 6 inches or larger. You will need to get the lamp out to get the model number of the bulb. Then, Google "Toshiba projection tv lamp" and you should have a few stores where you can order one. If you have the number of the lamp, check ebay. You can usually get the lamps a little cheaper and often with free shipping.
Either lamp needs replacing or set needs reset. Try reset first; you can get reset procedure in owners manual. New lamp will cost $30 to $100 depending on where you purchase. Online search you can find out all you need to know about where to buy lamp and how to replace it. This model is easy lamp replace.
The model indicated here does not use a lamp. Model number will be clearly marked on back of set on a label along with year the set was made.
Presuming it another model that uses a lamp, with model number use your computer and Google the model number with the word lamp and you will find dozens of places that sell them; compare warranty and price before you buy.
The sets that use a lamp are designed for the lamp to be "customer replaceable" and usual life on a lamp is about 2,000 hours of total use, some last longer and some less.
Google "DLP lamp" and you'll get many places from which to order lamps. Go to one of these sites and they should have a search box. Enter your model number and it should give you the part number of your lamp. Try several sites if the first one doesn't give you what you need to know. Once you have your lamp number you can shop the various sites for the best price. Note: You can buy your lamp complete (with the housing it comes in),..... or just the bulb and replace the bad one in the housing (cheaper)..... if you have the skills needed. If not buy it complete with housing. If you change the bulb only,.. don't touch it with your bare hands. Most bulb only packages come with rubber gloves.
TV needs new lamp as symptom shows existing lamp is weak and causing repeatedly on-off Please replace lamp in TV, replacement procedure is written in user manual and it is not difficult. Always buy Sony original lamp for TV safety. Let me know if you need further help. Thanks.
This is a DLP type TV and if you mean the lamp, that is not a bad price however:
Projection TV makers charge an arm and a leg for their replacement
lamps. They make it easy to do but as a result the custom lamp
assy is expensive. The trick is to just buy the bulb for your
model TV from any number of us aftermarket sources at a fraction of the
lamp price and install it in the old lamp yourself. really
easy. Some models are real bulb hogs though. Look them up
on the net (include the word complaint or repair) before you buy, or
you might be sorry. Many class action lawsuits out there - even
against some of the name brand makers.
Hope ya fix it!