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Replace bulb turned on tv. had picture. heard a pop. no picture. then snapping sounds. I guess the bulb popped. But I don't even know how to change it. Nor do I know how much the bulbs run these days. I know they were super expensive when they first came out.

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There is a small access door on the rear panel of the set. Open that door and you will see the lamp cage it pulls straight out.

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