Question about Sony KDF46E2000 46" Projection HDTV
Reset it should be something in the manual that tells you how to reset the defaults on TV.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Along with the instructions for the lamp installation, you should have revceived instructions on how to reset the lamp counter. If not, this operation is listed in the owner's manual. If you can not locate that manual, please confirm your model number and I will post the instructions. Since the counter has not been reset, the TV will continue to show the "error" message.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
I would say this is the time you should place an order for a new one. if you already have one then you should replace it immediatelely. characteristics of lamps chage drastically during the end of their lifetime and this can have diverse effects ranging from degraded picture quality to damage to the circuit arising out of catastrophic failure of the lamp. Yes i advise that you replace the lamp at the earliest possible opportunity.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Here is a link to a website that sells the replacement lamp for $99 dollars. http://electrified.com/Catalog/Items/?CampaignID=Dealtime&ItemID=36414
There might be a local store in your area that carries replacement lamps but probably will not have yours in stock and would have to order it. After you replace the lamp you will need to reset the lamp timer for your TV using the lamp replacement option on the TV general settings menu.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Lamp timer have to be reset in service menu of your TV. Without resetting it you will have this message every time you turn TV on.
I can not provide you with directions how to do it - it's forbidden by Sony for me to give information like this to the customer, because without proper training you can easy change some settings by accident that would not be restorative after all and it would cost you pretty penny to replace main board that have all memory settings.
I would advise call any local TV repair and ask them to show up and reset timer (shouldn't cost you too much, they don't need to open up TV or anything like it). Or search internet for specific information (but do it on your own risk).
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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