Question about SIM2 HT380 Grand Cinema DLP Projector Projector
WARNING! Sim2 does does not recommend that you change the lamp, they recommend that you contact a local dealer for service. PROCEED WITH CAUTION!
If you still wish to proceed. This instruction is available at avsforum
There are 2 recessed screws on the bottom near the front of the projector (really deep cavities). There are 2 on the backside of the unit. Remove all those and the top cover comes off. Inside you will see a fan held on by 3 screws (you will know it because there are 4 holes, but only 3 screws...that is normal). Remove those and take that fan module off. The lamp is then accessible.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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Locate the three hex screws around the head of the bulb that, in a triangle formation, secure the bulb to the assembly. Remove the screws with a hex screwdriver. Pull the bulb and rear lamp cover upward to remove them. Reinstall the rear lamp cover onto the lamp assembly and line up the tabs with the holes along the side of the assembly. Press downward until the cover snaps into place.
Remove the nut that connects the cable from the rear lamp cover to the base of the bulb with a wrench. Disconnect the cable from the old bulb and discard the old bulb.
Reattach the cable from the rear lamp cover to the base of a new bulb and install the nut. Tighten the nut with a wrench
Install the bulb face down into the lamp assembly. Install the three hex screws into the tabs along the edge of the bulb and tighten with a hex screwdriver.
Reinstall the lamp assembly into the back of the television, facing the bulb towards the center of the TV set. Tighten the screws securing the assembly and reinstall the lamp access door. Tighten the screw on the lamp access door.
Pull the bulb and rear lamp cover upward to remove them. Reinstall the rear lamp cover onto the lamp assembly and line up the tabs with the holes along the side of the assembly. Press downward until the cover snaps into place.
Reinstall the rear lamp cover onto the lamp assembly and line up the tabs with the holes along the side of the assembly. Press downward until the cover snaps into place.
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