Samsung BP96-00826A Replacement Lamp Enclosure Pictures

The BP96-00826A lamp enclosure was primarily manufactured for the HLR Series and select HLP Series TVs.  There’s widespread misunderstanding about lamp compatiblity and various Lamp Codes because there are two different lamps inside the HLP Series TVs. The BP96-00826A is a replacement to the BP96-00608A Lamp Code.   The BP96-00608A sports the Big Samsung Lamp (made by Philips) while the BP96-00826A sports the Small Samsung Lamp (also made by Philips).  These are both 100W/120W lamps but physically they are different.  Regardless, some of the compatible models are listed below:

You can purchase OEM bare Lamps if you have the BP96-00826A housing otherwise if you currently have the discontinued BP96-00608A or BP96-00837A enclosure, you will have to purchase the new lamp+housing.  Both are available through Discount-Merchant.com at the best prices available anywhere.

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You can purchase OEM bare Lamps if you have the BP96-00826A housing otherwise if you currently have the discontinued BP96-00608A enclosure, you will have to purchase the new lamp+housing.  Both are available through Discount-Merchant.com at the best prices available anywhere.

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7 comments on “Samsung BP96-00826A Replacement Lamp Enclosure Pictures
  1. avatar arden says:

    Hi, now that I have replaced my blub, which had a remarkable 14,070 hrs, with the new style blub with your new adapter, I was wondering If your inventor types might come up with a way to reto-fit the new led light engine into our old samsung dlp’s??????

  2. avatar Boy George says:

    Oh wait. Yes, I have. I’m sorry, but I just don’t have it in me right now to type it all out again. Besides, it was just ramblings anyway. You didn’t want to hear me go on and on about this, right?

  3. avatar arden says:

    sure why not if you are talking about the led light engine and have an idea

  4. avatar Deinse Brown says:

    I have a problem with TV having lamp light and timer on do I just have to change the lamp or is there other problem

  5. avatar Ervin says:

    I have a hlp4667w I didn’t know it has two lamps do I need to replace both of them. I am having issue where for a while it would just cut off in the middle of watching it and then just yesterday it started to cut off at a min or less of being on. I turn it on then it cuts of after a min is that the lamp

  6. avatar Kevin says:

    Ervin- if the LAMP, TEMP and TIMER leds flash on the front button in the center of the set, it’s probably the lamp. If you hear clicking and the fan comes on and those LEDs don’t light up, you probably have a promlem that may or may not include the lamp (likely ballast and/or HV Power Supply which are outside the realm here.)

    I suspect that your issue is not the lamp if you are watching it and then it clicks off. It’s probably over heating (dirty or blocked vents) or your power supply is dying (and it’s shutting down to protect itself. Usually HV caps shorting out, but now always.)

  7. avatar peter says:

    Be Aware!!!! I had the original Phillips big lamp, BP96-00608A, rated at 100W/120W, in a HLP series DLP, with a 120W ballast. Ordered a replacement lamp + housing using the link provided in this post. The phillips replacement lamp sent to me was rated at 120W/132W, and it would not ignite after installation. I called the vendor and they claimed the higher rated bulb is 100% compatible with my DLP, and its 120W ballast; everything I read on the Internet also indicated it should work. I eventually replaced my old ballast with a new one also rated 120W, but the new lamp still did not ignite. I had another vendor send a 100W/120W phillips lamp, and it ignited easily – even with my old ballast installed.

    Just for more background information, the old Phillips “big” lamp is no longer being manufactured, so if this is the lamp you have, you must get a new housing, or an adapter for your old housing, but, to be on the safe side, ensure the replacement bulb is rated at 100W/120W.

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