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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Replacing the Lamp
When the lamp becomes dark or the picture colour is not normal or the lamp indicator on the TV set flashes, replace with a new lamp. • Only use the lamp XL-2000E for replacement. If you use another lamp, it may cause damage to the TV set. • Do not remove the lamp except when replacing it. • Before replacing the lamp, turn off the power and disconnect the power cord. • Replace the lamp only after it becomes cool. The front glass of the lamp remains at least 100 °C (212 °F) even after the power has been turned off for 30 minutes. • Do not place the old lamp in proximity to children or flammable material. • Do not get the old lamp wet, or insert objects inside the lamp. It may cause the lamp to explode. • Do not place the old lamp near easily flammable objects, as this may cause fire. Also, do not put your hand inside the lamp compartment, as you may be burned. • Attach the new lamp securely. If it is not securely attached, the picture may become dark.


Loosen the screw with an object such as a coin and remove the lamp cover.


Loosen the two screws and pull out the lamp. Loosen two screws with the hexagon key supplied.


Turn off the power and disconnect the power cord. • If you start changing the lamp without disconnecting the power cord, the standby indicator on the TV set flashes. Disconnect the power cord to continue changing the lamp. • Replace the lamp 30 minutes or more after the power is turned off to allow it to cool. • Prepare the new lamp. Remove the front panel.

Pull out the lamp by the handle.


The lamp is still extremely hot immediately after the power is turned off. Be careful that you don’t touch the front glass or surrounding area of the lamp or the glass of the lamp compartment.


Attach the new lamp. Replace the new lamp securely in the lamp receptacle and fasten the screws tightly using the hexagon key supplied. Attach the lamp cover. Fasten the screw tightly with an object such as a coin. Attach the front panel. Attach the front panel locating the left hand edge of the cover first and then pushing the right hand side back into place.

Remove the front panel without moving the TV set.

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Grasp the right side of the front panel with your fingers and pull it forward. Be careful not to catch your fingernails.

Notes • Do not touch or stain the front glass of the new lamp or the glass of the lamp compartment. If the glass become dirty, the picture quality may deteriorate or the lamp life may shorten. • Attach the lamp cover firmly. If it is not firmly attached, the power will not turn on. • When the lamp burns out, a noise is audible. This does not indicate damage to the TV set. • Consult your nearest Sony service center to obtain a new lamp. • Always remember to dispose of used lamps in an evironmentally friendly way.


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