Question about Mitsubishi WD-62531 Projection Television
Did u unplug the tv about half hour before u change a new tv projection lamp,for the tv so the tv power storage left over to disapper and what ever statictic charges magnatic field left to completely gone or to lower it enough not to harm the new tv projection lamp u just starting to put it in wright?The new projection lamp when u handleling it did u have a pair disposable glove on to not causes human static charges and the oils from ur hand to tranfer to the new tv projection lamp itself to caused to it quality funtions?This is the same exact same brand and make to the tv old projection lamp u are replacing not a clone or a tv compatible tv projection lamp wright?U check all connections are correctly installation and tightly before u turn on the tv again wright?U do all these safety procedures,before and after u are replacing a tv projection lamp will help 90-95% it to work correctly,if the tv causes are just requiring replacing a new tv projection lamp only.
Posted on Oct 06, 2011
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