My old lamp popped and I received a replacement from Discount Merchant.
The numbers on the lamps don't match, but they seemed to be close enough:
Original: 100w 1.0 K3
Replacement: 100w 1.3 E23
To further confuse the issue, the box that the replacement came in says: 100w 1.0 E23
Assuming that the new globe is comparable, I installed it and the set clicks once and shuts off.
My actual question is, should a properly functioning globe have continuity like a traditional tungsten bulb? The new bulb doesn't...
Thanks for any insight you might have!
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The best way to get the right part number for your tv lamp. If you went to Discount-Merchant, I've used their search engine. Just enter the model # of your tv set and if they have it in stock, you'll get a reply with the lamp's part number.