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The lamp light is still on after replacing the

The lamp light (gold not red) is still on after replacing the lamp. We have taken it out and replaced it and also have reset the TV several times, but light continues to stay on.

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Plug the TV out of the wall. Wait. Plug it back in. Does it still stay on? If not, there is somethign wrong with your remote, or the TV circutiry is not shutting off. Try controlling the on/off via manually pushing the power button on the tv (both on and off).

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