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Need to see picture to get the housing off of the tv to repalce lamp. Cannot get the bracket off of the tv where you replace lamp. Do you have a picture to show me how to do this?

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I'm sorry for the difficulties you're experiencing in replacing the LAMP of the TV. Please follow the steps below to replace the lamp of the TV:

First step is to find out the LAMP door on the TV. You can see the below picture to locate the LAMP door: need to see picture to - shajanrs_0.jpeg
Once you locate the LAMP door, please follow the steps as illustrated in the below picture to open it.
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I hope the above diagrams will definitely help you to replace the lamp of the TV. If need any further assistance, please let me know.

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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