Question about Televison & Video
You don't list make and model of your set so its difficult to be precise, however most of the lamps are assessable either from the side (most often) and sometimes in the back. Look for a door about 5 inches square, it should open and inside you will find a little handle usually a loop that you can grab with your finger, pull on it and the lamp housing will come out. You can find the part number on the housing or on the lamp itself. Better yet is to type a Google search like this, needed,projector lamp for (your make and model) flat panel television, you should find several sources for the lamps. you will pay approximately 60 dollars for the lamp itself and maybe 30 to 40 more for a lamp already mounted in a housing that will fit your set. the lamps are not hard to install into the houseing if your handy and "careful" not to touch the bulb with your bare fingers. (the grease on your fingers will cause the lamp to burn out prematurely. good luck
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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