LG and Zenith 6912B22002C “How-To” Guide – Replacement Projection LCD TV Lamp

LG 6912B22002C replacement projector lampLG and Zenith 6912B22002C Lamp Replacement

This guide is being published to show how easy it is to replace your original Zenith 6912B22002C Lamp.

Do NOT purchase generic brand lamps such as LTI, APO or third-party manufacturers such as OSRAM. These lamps were NOT engineered with and for your TV… only your Philips lamp has been engineered to work flawlessly and output the best possible color. Above that, it just doesn’t make sense to choose an aftermarket lamp for a $5-$10 difference (and in many cases they are more expensive!!). Be a smart consumer and do your research!

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Necessities:

IMPORTANT: The bulb should be handled with a clean cloth at all times to avoid any dirt or oil. Our hands are naturally oily… this is a no-no for these lamps. It doesn’t hurt to do a final wipe down with a clean, non-abrasive, lint free cloth before reinstalling your lamp…

Here is the LG / Zenith Lamp Enclosure, remember you can click on any image to enlarge!

Locate the lamp door by going to the back of your television.

(original Philips Lamp)

(original Philips Lamp)

Step 1: First thing we need to remove the screw holding down the metal cage and pull up on the handle in order to remove the metal cage…

(original Philips Lamp)

(original Philips Lamp)

Now we need remove the metal clips holding down the lamp into place. There are a total of 2 clips and 3 screws to remove.

(original Philips Lamp)

Then loosen the connector by removing the two screws attached to the connector head…

(original Philips Lamp)

Now we can pull out the lamp from the enclosure …

(original Philips Lamp)

We continue by removing the screw on the lamp in order to remove the cable…

Now we remove the nut and take the connector off to install on our new lamp…

Here are a few pictures of the original PHILIPS bulb and the replacement PHILIPS bulb we will be installing…

(original Philips Lamp)

Notice that the original part is a PHILIPS and not OSRAM!

(original Philips Lamp)

Now we start by re-installing the connector on the new Philips vented lamp with the adapter…

(original Philips Lamp)

(original Philips Lamp)

We continue by reseating the lamp into place and screwing the clips and connector back on…

(original Philips Lamp)

(original Philips Lamp)

(original Philips Lamp)

Now we put the metal cage back into place and screw it down…

voilà

We are now DONE! 5-10 Minutes MAX! Look at this beauty…

Fits like a glove!

(original Philips Lamp)

Now that wasn’t too hard was it?

IMPORTANT: The bulb should be handled with a clean cloth at all times to avoid any dirt or oil. Our hands are naturally oily…this is a no-no for these lamps. It doesn’t hurt to wipe it down with a clean, non-abrasive, lint free cloth before reinstalling your lamp.

3 Comments

  1. brian rasmus

    Replaced projection bulb but my orange indicator did not go out – how do you reset when replacing the projection bulb

  2. lardbucket

    i have the same problem.replaced the bulb,but orange light comes on after about 30 min. of tv being on.anyone have an answer to this problem

  3. ITtechanswers

    To reset the lamp clock, hold in the OK button and the ON/OFF button (at the same time) for approx. 30 seconds. Then turn on the tv with the remote, and the tv will begin to flash green. Press any button the remote and the picture will appear on the screen.

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