Turn off the power on the main unit. Wait several minutes, then unplug the power cord. (The cooling fan will continue to operate for about two minutes after turning the power off.)
Wait at least 30 minutes after unplugging the power cord to allow the lamp to cool down before replacing it. To avoid being burned, do not touch the lamp receptacle once the lamp has been removed.
Take the new lamp out of its package.
Do not shake the lamp. Vibration can damage the lamp or shorten its life.
Avoid touching the front glass of a new lamp or the glass of the lamp receptacle. This may reduce picture quality or lamp life.
Follow the lamp replacement procedure as described in the illustrations below.
"*" mark in the illustration C indicates the parts to hold when pulling out the lamp. Hold the same parts when mounting the new lamp in illustration D.
Do not touch the inside of the lamp compartment.
The lamp is very hot immediately after use. Never touch the glass portion of the lamp or the surrounding parts.
After the used lamp has cooled, place it into the empty box of the replacement lamp. Never put the used lamp into a plastic bag.
If the lamp door or the lamp is not securely reattached, the self-diagnostic function may be triggered and the POWER/ LED will blink in red three times. In this case, redo the procedure D - F and confirm whether the lamp is securely installed.
Turn on the TV and set the lamp replacement option. This setting is necessary to inform you when the next lamp replacement is needed. For more information, refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with the TV.
Until you set the lamp replacement option, a message announcing that the lamp is at the end of its life will appear every time you turn on the TV.
Take great care when replacing the lamp or plugging in/unplugging the connecting cords. Rough handling may cause the TV to fall, damaging the TV, the TV stand and the floor.
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