Question about Televison & Video
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Because televisions which use bulbs require periodic bulb replacement (simply because of the nature of a light bulb), some manufacturers have made the light bulb serviceable by the consumer. Often this is done by having the bulb in a housing that is simple to replace, typically accessible without accessing the rest of the internal parts.
To find out if this is the case with your television, I recommend consulting your owner’s manual or calling the manufacturer’s product support line.
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