Question about Televison & Video
Usually the projection lamp is in a box on one side or the other of the tv., sometimes in the back, there should be a door that you can open, inside there will be a ring that you can pull on to get the lamp assembly out. you need to goolge the set make and model for the correct replacement lamp, look around on the internet to get the best price, you should be able to get a lamp for 50 to 80 dollars. You can buy the lamp already mounted in the slide in assembly but you will pay an additional 30 dollars for that, if your just a little bit handy, you can replace the lamp in your housing and save a few dollars. also be sure not to touch the new lamp with your fingers, where gloves when handling the lamp as grease from your fingers will cause the lamp to burst very quickly. good luck. I just replace one of these and it wasnt' that difficult
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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