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The procedure may vary from Sony model to model. These procedures are for Sony Rear Projections only. For other models, please consult your manufacter's website. All rear projections have the option of reseting the lamp hours. This helps since you will know how many hours your last lamp ran for. Normal lamps should run between 5000 to 8000 hours.
Try the following procedure:
Please be cautious when entering service mode. Following the information below and you will have no problems.
Enter service mode by pressing Display, 5, vol +, Power On.
Proceed to the Option-E screen by pressing the 2 or 5 button
Option-E 0 0
Change data to 1 using the 3 button on the remote
Option-E 0 1
Press Mute Enter to write data.
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