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How to reset lamp timer

Have replaced lamp, need to know how to set lamp timer. I have replaced the bulb in my vivitek tv and need to also know how to re-set the timer. Can someone help with a vivitek tv ??

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  • PATRICK BEVERLY Sep 27, 2008

    same problem need to reset lamp timer

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    i need to rest the timer

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    Me too

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Go to the menu and you'll find lamp timer section.

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Have replaced lamp, need to know how to set lamp timer. I have replaced the bulb in my vivitek tv and need to also know how to re-set the timer. Can someone help with a vivitek tv ??

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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