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I am not sure if your model has a bulb or CRTs. Can you please respond to this same post with your TVs model number, and I will try to assist you.

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Lamp went out on the tv. We replaced but there is still no picture and the TV keeps resetting .


okay you have to make sure you close the door that the buld goes into there is a liitle micro switch that only triggers when the cover is removed it stops the tv from lighting up the bulb once you close the door and all are put back together properly the tv will come on if it dosent you need to read in between the flashing codes

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We have a Toshiba rear projection tv and it is no longer showing a picture. When you turn it on it sounds like it's going to start but then cuts out after 2 seconds. The power light flashes green and red...


yes you need to replace the buld look on the back of your tv for model number and serial number call manufacture and see if your tv is still under warranty if it is all you have to do is fax reciept for proof of purchase credit card statement will work also but if not under warranty they can send you the bulb still but you have to pay out of pocket I have a 44 inch lcd and my bulb costs 250.00 and it can last 4 years but I use mine for a computer monitor and always have it on so I get 2 1/2 years out of each bulb. but YES that is what your problem is.

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TV won't turn on after lamp was replaced


Check the switch on the lamp door. Listen for the color wheel to spin. if the door switch is bad the lamp wont come on, samething if the color wheel is bad.

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How do I take the tv a part to replace the lamp


what model is it. if it is an sxrd then there is a small panel on the right side (looking at the tv) with a screw holding it in place. remove the screw and panel and pull the buld out using the handle on the buld housing

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I have a toshiba tv model #35a44 @more frequently the menu for the tv comes up on the screen and won't go off


I have a toshiba 46HMp5 62HM95,52 toshiba tv. The blue light comes and then the yellow lights starts to flash and then nothing, and the lights go off. We have in the past had the part number 23311153A go out and we thought that was the problem this time so we ordered the buld and put in in and still nothing. Can you help

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