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I've replaced the lamp on my panasonic projection hd tv model #PT52LCX15 can some one give me credible help on the reseting fault that pops up when I turn on my set. please help!

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Are you sure you replace the same type of part in the tv..? have you check the dc input/output.?

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Panasonic Projection TV Lamp Timer Reset
Your lamp will probably last a lot longer than the TV thinks it should. This procedure will reset the lamp timer so you don't have to look at that annoying message every time you turn your tv on. Remember that the "lamp" indicator light on the lower left of the set will stay on until the lamp is actually replaced. I had to buy a replacement lamp to get this information, could not find it anywhere for these model numbers.
Press the volume down button on the projection display and hold down the zero button on the remote control at the same time for more than 5 seconds. When the reset procedure is complete, a message will display that the lamp timer was reset to zero.
This procedure will work for Panasonic models: PT-52LCX66 , PT-56LCX66 , PT-61LCX66 , PT-52LCX16 , PT-56LCX16 , PT-61LCX16

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I can not find out from anyone how to clear the reset fault that shyows up on my panasonic PT52LCX15 projection television,''I have already replaced the lamp looking for credible reset instructions''...


Hi,

There is only one hard reset you can try by unpluging all the cords from back for 4hours and then plug it back.This will restore the factory default settings.

Goodluck,
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Panasonic PT-52LCX66 Lamp Timer Reset

Models No. PT-52LCX66 / PT-56LCX66 / PT-61LCX66
Models No. PT-52LCX16 / PT-56LCX16 / PT-61LCX16

Here are the steps to reset the Lamp Timer for your Panasonic Multimedia Projection HDTV:

  1. Plug your Television in.
  2. Press the POWER button on the TV or the remote control.
  3. Press and hold the VOL- button on the TV, while holding the 0 button on the remote control for at least 5 seconds.
  4. When the reset procedure is complete, a confirmation screen will appear.
  5. Release the buttons and the LAMP indicator will go out.
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Download the TYLA1001 Replacement Lamp Installation instruction guide here.

I hope that helps.

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Panasonic Projection TV Lamp Timer Reset
Your lamp will probably last a lot longer than the TV thinks it should. This procedure will reset the lamp timer so you don't have to look at that annoying message every time you turn your tv on. Remember that the "lamp" indicator light on the lower left of the set will stay on until the lamp is actually replaced. I had to buy a replacement lamp to get this information, could not find it anywhere for these model numbers.
Press the volume down button on the projection display and hold down the zero button on the remote control at the same time for more than 5 seconds. When the reset procedure is complete, a message will display that the lamp timer was reset to zero.
This procedure will work for Panasonic models: PT-52LCX66 , PT-56LCX66 , PT-61LCX66 , PT-52LCX16 , PT-56LCX16 , PT-61LCX16

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Press the volume down button on the projection display and hold down the zero button on the remote control at the same time for more than 5 seconds. When the reset procedure is complete, a message will display that the lamp timer was reset to zero.
This procedure will work for Panasonic models: PT-52LCX66 , PT-56LCX66 , PT-61LCX66 , PT-52LCX16 , PT-56LCX16 , PT-61LCX16

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You need to replace the bulb or TY-LA1000 lamp assembly. This link displays all Panasonic TV Lamps and TV Bulbs. This page shows Panasonic lamp location and How to Replace TYLA1000 bulb. TY-LA1000 Bulb Replacement requires the use of a long Philips Screwdriver to reach screws within the lamp cage.

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