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Main power supply regulator board fault. It will be best to replace it as card basis rather than trying to repair it. If you wish to get more details visit the site linked here. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
We purchased this same Kenmore chest freezer model 19502/19702 in 2010. In less than 2 years the compressor quit. If you do a search on this model you will see dozens of complaints. Don't waste your time or money on this freezer.
You need to replace the "Lamp" check Google Shopping for pricing. Enter your TV model # and add the word "Lamp" Make sure you get a Phillips or Panasonic lamp don't get a Chinese knockoff. They don't last!. Hopr this helps.
Please understand that the TV does not have a lamp. The lamp is only available in rear projection TVs. The issue seems to be odd. I suggest that you unplug the TV for more than 5 minutes to perform a power resetting and check if that helps.
Hi, since you have located the burnt lamp, all you need to do is to unscrew the burnt lamp and replace the new one by screwing it in.....
You only need to unscrew to remove the lamp and if you cannot remove by unscrewing because it is stuck in, then you need the assistance of an electrical tech to help remove with his pliers....
Steven, you should be able to if you can use a screwdriver. Get your model number off the rear of the unit. Go to www.partstore.com . Put your model number in the search and find your lamp. Depending on the model TV the door to access the lamp may be on the back, front or side. It will be in your manual. Remove the door, remove the lamp, replace the lamp with the new one, replace the door and your unit should be good to go. Hope this helps. Let me know.
Mike Not sure what was happening when the previous reply was created, but the owners manual is part number 211260001 $7.99 at SearsPartsDirect.com
That said, I'm staring at my own copy of the the owners manual and I can't really see why you would want to pay for one. The only really useful information is the parts diagram which is online at SearsPartsDirect.com. The rest is generic grinder information (support workpiece, select proper wheel, etc.) and CYA (always wear gloves and eye protection, don't remopve safety guards, don't use damaged wheels, don't stick your finger in the light socket, don't cross the steet in the middle of the block, etc.)
woodguys, how can we help you if you don`t give us the model number ???? can`t look up anything if we don`t know what make and model to look up, they are all done differently, I`ll be glad to help if u give the info, video-tek
hello, This is an unfortunate incidence and i will send you the serviceable manual of your projector if you can send me your contact email address to my email.Yes ,there are instruction to follow to replace lamps in projector if not you might miss it. First you must confirm that the lamp is OK from the vendors you purchase before anything.