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    Well, after 2 1/2 years my projector lamp in my 60" panasonic lcd tv finally died last night........no more guitar hero for a bit :(

    The reason I share my misery is I am wondering if anyone knows where I can get a new lamp cheap. (part no TYLA 1000)

    After some looking around the lowest I have seen them is 250$

    They claim 5000 hours of life and im shure mine performed at least that well....but I worry about the manufacturer of the new lamp and if it will perform as well.

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    Re: Projector lamps :(

    Originally posted by freekyE View Post
    Well, after 2 1/2 years my projector lamp in my 60" panasonic lcd tv finally died last night........no more guitar hero for a bit :(

    The reason I share my misery is I am wondering if anyone knows where I can get a new lamp cheap. (part no TYLA 1000)

    After some looking around the lowest I have seen them is 250$

    They claim 5000 hours of life and im shure mine performed at least that well....but I worry about the manufacturer of the new lamp and if it will perform as well.
    $250-$300 is the price I usually see lamps go for.

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      Re: Projector lamps :(

      I can get a price or two for you.... the first place is a small shop in town here - compumart. I got a hi-def projector for 600 from the guy, and new lamps go for 150-250. he fixes broken projectors, so he gets wholesale parts, and sells them for not much over...

      914 Eastgate Rd
      Sevierville, TN 37862
      (865) 453-8885

      ask for Jeff - tell him Steve from New Hope Church referred you.

      If that one doesn't pan out, I have two other contacts that might be worth a look.

      Hope that helps.
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        I had the lamp go out on my Panasonic LCD 50". I went to the Panasonic website and found a few addresses of service centers near me. I called around and was up and running in about 2 hours. It was $350 with one year warrenty. Very easy install. It went out at about 2 1/2 years as well. They are nothing but HID bulbs for car headlights.

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