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Just replaced the lamp on my WD-Y65 Mitsubishi...the status light is a solid red...the tv doesn't turn on when I press the power button; not even the system reset button did anything...any suggestions??

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Apparently there is a separate "reset" for the lamp..if u google your owners manual & download it (save it to ur computer!) you should be able to find it there..or you can always try doing a search on www.youtube.com to see if you can find a video to help...I have the same TV..I love it but apparently there is a bunch of common problems with the TV, and having to replace the lamp and or housing is truly a pain & expensive!!! If you google the TV with the model you can find alot of useful info about the issues this TV has!

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