How to replace Toshiba lamp enclosure for your DLP TV

How to replace Toshiba lamp enclosure for your DLP TV

Step 1.- First of all, unplug the TV from the wall outlet. You have a few thousand volts going through your ballast, be very careful! It’s also a good idea to let the TV cool down for a good 15-20 minutes as the bulb itself can get extremely hot.

Locate the lamp enclosure door; it’s usually at the side of your television (it’s on the right side if you’re looking at the back of the TV).

Toshiba LMP lamp enclosure door

Lamp enclosure door toshiba

Step 2.-There is a hexagonal screw that secures the door to the lamp enclosure.

To remove it you need to use a Hex key (also known as Allen key).

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Toshiba Lamp enclosure door

Once the door is loose you can easily take it out.

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Step 3.- Inside you’ll be able to find the lamp enclosure with the lamp, to take it out you first have to loosen the two screws on the bottom of the enclosure with a standard Philips screwdriver.

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Step 4.- Pull out the enclosure from inside your TV.

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Step 5.- Take your new enclosure and insert it inside.

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Secure the new enclosure by tightening the two screws at the bottom.

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Step 6.- Reinstall the lamp enclosure door with the Hex key and congratulation, you are done!

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

Toshiba lamp enclosure door

To replace the lamp from your enclosure we have a step by step guide of the TBL4-LMP model to help you.

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12 comments on “How to replace Toshiba lamp enclosure for your DLP TV
  1. avatar JAS says:

    How do you properly dispose of the Toshiba TB25-Lamp. It is reported to have mercury in it.

  2. avatar juan says:

    I need
    toshiba tv 13358623 –50a62 lamp

  3. avatar Nick says:

    Thank you for posting this. Worked just as the steps say

  4. avatar Allison says:

    Wow. Perfect instructions. Great pictures. Couldn’t have made it any easier. Thank you for saving me hundreds! 🙂

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    • avatar Shelagh McNally says:

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  6. avatar ROBIN SINGH says:

    Just wondering, I was watching our Toshiba 65HM167 rear projection tv and heard a loud pop. The picture went black, but the sound was still intact. I shut the tv off immediately and researched. All arrows pointed to the lamp enclosure, so we removed it and it was DEFINITELY blown. The bulb was hanging by a wire. We ordered a replacement, installed it (per your perfect instructions), but still have no picture. Any ideas? Thank you so much!!!

    • avatar Shelagh McNally says:

      Hi Robin,
      What model do you have? Some of them need to have the lamp timer reset before the TV will work again. Sometimes when the lamp blows it can trigger a reset of picture settings to zero. If you try doing a RESET option to reset to the default values. This may bring the picture back. I would suggest joining our forum at http://www.fixyourdlp.com/forum/. There are people who know more than me who can help out.
      Cheers,
      Shelagh

  7. avatar Dmitri says:

    What size is the hexagon screw for the cover?

    • avatar Shelagh McNally says:

      Hi Dmitri,
      It depends on your make and model but most projector hexagon screws are a standard 6/32″ x 3/8″.
      Regards,
      Shelagh

  8. avatar Dede Thomas says:

    When you put the enclosure back in, the two prongs on the enclosure and the two prongs that are inside of the TV do you push that into the two prongs in the TV. Like do you push them all the way in or just set it in there. We’re having a hard time getting hours to go in and the screws don’t line up with the housing that are inside of their. And should you be able to see the light on once you put the cover back on but the light is lit up on the Bold.

    • avatar Shelagh McNally says:

      Hi Dede,
      The prongs should go all the way in without having to push them in. Is this an OEM lamp with a Philips seal on it. If you bought it over the Internet from one of the smaller dealers it could be a counterfeit lamp.There have been problems in the past with these lamps prongs not lining up properly with the TV prongs. Don’t force anything or you could damage the electronics or optics in the TV. If the screws are perfectly aligned, the TV will think the lamp is either at end of life or missing altogether. That will trigger the shut down effect. I would start off with going back to the store where you bought this lamp and finding out if its an OEM authentic lamp or a knock off. If it’s a knock off, ask for you money back and buy an authentic lamp that is calibrated to fit into your TV. Sorry for you hassles.
      Cheers,
      Shelagh

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