Swapping out old defective JVC HD-ILA Lamp for a new replacement TS-CL110UAA TS-CL110U lamp

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  • 15 years ago

No guide is really necessary but it could be reassurance for those who never though they could do it themselves. Though each series is a little different the same principles apply.
What you need: A Philips Screwdriver.
1) Locate your lamp location (sometimes it’s on the back of the TV, sometimes it’s under the front speaker cover, etc.) If your not sure, look at your manual. If you don’t have your manual, you can download it from JVC by going to:
2) Turn off the TV and allow it to cool down. We recommend letting it set for a good 15-20 minutes, JVC recommends an hour!
3) IMPORTANT: Unplug your TV. Make sure you do not unplug your TV prior to letting it cool down as the TV may be to keep an internal fan running.
4) Remove the lamp cover screw and open the panel. You should see the back of the lamp enclosure now. Locate the two screws and unscrew them.
5) Give the handle a slight tug and it should loose the enclosure for the engine. Swap out the lamp enclosure and scews in reverse order 🙂
Attached below you will see how JVC describes the process in one of the user manuals (note this TV has the lamp enclosure on the back of the set). (Click to enlarge).
JVC Lamp Replacement Guide 2
JVC Lamp Replacement Guide 2

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