I got Panasonic Tv pt43lc14 and got lamp changed a fwew month ago, ty-la1000. The picture is clear and the message on tv appears as " the lamp need to be replaced and lamp hour meter need to be rest"
I do not have the owners manual, please help me to reset the meter. Thank you
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Hi, Turn On tv. Press and hold Volume Down button on TV Front and PIP/ SPLIT button on Remote at same time for 6 Seconds to reset Lamp Timer and tv will show you timer reset message screen. Hope this info will help you. Thanks.
first off all it's not necessary to have the TV on to reset it. the problem is the dmd need to send the info that you have a working lamp.
try this to see if it work's
Panasonic TY-LA1000 TV Lamp Reset Procedure/instructions: Ok,
so apparently there are a couple of different ways forum members have
found out how to reset their Panasonic Lamp timer (this should apply to
all of them, not just the TY-LA1000 specific lamp)
“Hold the VOL down button on the TV and the SPLIT button on the REMOTE for five seconds”
you will need to press the Volume button on the TV while pressing hte
SPLIT button on the Remote Control for five seconds, it will NOT work
if you try to do it both from your remote!
Here is proceudre to reset lamp timer in your TV..
While pressing the VOL Down button on the projection display, hold down the PIP or SPLIT button on the remote control at same time for more than 5 seconds.
When reset procedure is complete, the screen message ' lamp time was reset to 0' will appear.
Hope this info will help you.
Hi, I have the fix for you....EXIT out of the message telling you to reset you meter. Now you need to push the - vol (neg vol) button on you set, at the same time push the split button on your remote (very bottom of the remote is the split button with the vcr controles) You need to push these at the same time for 20 or more seconds and you will recieve a message that the metter has been reset. Exit out of that message and all should be fine. Took me about 15 minutes to get to a tech to walk me through it.
We have a PT-50LC14. We replaced the lamp 6 months ago with a TY-LA1000 bulb we bought from a company online (not directly from Panasonic) and it worked for 6 months. Then the TV started turning off on it's own...sometimes it would not come back on for an hour or so. We called the lamp company and we luckily had 1 day left on our 6 month warranty!! They sent us a replacement bulb and the TV would never power on. It would try to power up, but the bulb would never ignite. The power light would flash and then the lamp light would flash every 5 seconds. I had a friend that has the same type of TV and she ordered her bulb directly from Panasonic. I borrowed her lamp and it powered right up. We then called the online company and they sent us yet another replacement bulb, and I tried it today and it works. It seems like these TVs are very particular about the type of bulb used. Next time, we will be ordering ours directly from Panasonic and just paying the extra $100. We have been without our big screen for 2 very long months! I had called a local tv repair shop, called Panasonic directly, and read through countless internet forums, and I thought we were going to have to replace the ballast or get a ballast repair kit and start messing with the circuit board.
Brian, I just helped my buddy replace his Panasonic ty-la 1000 bulb this weekend. I have to tell you that I have a complete illiteracy when it comes to electronics but we got it done in about twenty minutes and were watching it again. Looks great. We ordered the bulb from dlp lamps.com and had it in about two days. They also had super easy instructions to follow. Try it before you replace the entire TV.
Jerico, If you will go on dlp lamps .com I believe they answer that question in their FAQ. You can also give them a call. Look on their site for number. All I know is that they make the whole process really easy.