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Lamp replacement hello i just replaced the lamp in my philips 62PL9524/37 TV and it works fine. i am not sure though if i attached the two wires correctly to the bulb. i connected the ( short wire ) to the back center of the bulb and the( long  wire ) to the the lower left connecter. is this correct?  i should have noticed how they were connected when i took the old bulb out but i am 71 years old and not to swift anymore :( anyway if you can help in anyway i would appreciate it. please reply asap if you can. thanks

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As there are only two wires I would say you are fine. most lamp technologies in modern sets use a diagnostica circuit to check the health of the lamp before it tries to strike it. I would say if its coming on then you are fine.
However if there is a ground plane on the bulb somewhere you may have reversed the voltages to the element and it would never strike in the first place. again, if it came on at all you should be safe.

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