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Panasonic PT-LC5014 replacement bulb

We just ordered and received a replacement bulb for our Tv, following the "bulb replacement" directions in the manual, we can't seem to find out how to open the case that the bulb is in! Any solutions?

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    How do I change the bulb on a Panasonic Projection Monitor-receiver PT-56WXF95?

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Don't use this site... that should be a big help

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        Just Kidding... please help!

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does the TV bring out sound even as the screen display is dark?

How long have you been using this TV and have you ever changed the lamp/bulb? Problem should be from the TV lamp/bulb.
Have the lamp replaced and hopefully, your screen should be perfect as before.

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