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Panasonic DLP Model PT-52DL52

My lamp burned out...I ordered a new one but do not know how to install it...I do not know where the area in the TV is to replace it.

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Remove the speaker grill on the front of the tv by pulling it outward evenly, so not to break it. While looking at the front of the tv, there will be a compartment on the right side. You unscrew 1 screw and take the cover off. Then unscrew the 2 screws holding the old lamp on the tv. After you've unscrewed the previous 3 screws you should be able to pull out the old lamp. You can now install the new lamp and complete each step in reverse order.

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