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Sharp XV-370P LCD Projector Bulb?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by C, Oct 18, 2003.

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  1. C

    C Guest

    I am having a hard time finding the part number of this bulb. I have
    pulled the socket out but see no bulb number anywhere. Can someone
    help me determine the proper bulb to order?

    Thanks.
     
  2. James Sweet

    James Sweet Guest

    The bulb is a CLMPF0022DE08 but you'll probably have more luck searching by
    the model of the projector.
     
  3. From Tritronics, an Sharp distributor

    CLMPF0022DE04 (SHARP) List Price: $263.44 EA not in stock, special order.

    Leonard Caillouet
     
  4. You may want to check out the ballast circuit if the Lamp fractured during
    failure.
     
  5. C

    C Guest

    In the reply just before this, somebody else said the bulb was an
    "CLMPF0022DE08" I don't want to make an expensive mistake. Who is
    right on this one???
     
  6. I gave you the distributor and the info that they show for this model. You
    should check with Sharp (800-201-3447) or another Sharp authorized
    distributor if you want to confirm this info. The DE08 is shown as the lamp
    for the xv-370 without the p suffix. The "p" appears to be the canadian
    version. Whether there is a diff in the lamps I do not know.

    Leonard Caillouet
     
  7. Bill Jr

    Bill Jr Guest

    For the "exact" model XV-370P the lamp number is CLMPF0022DE04
    For the XV-370 (no "P") it is CLMPF0022DE08 but is N/A use substitute.
    For the non P model they spec the Lamp w/ cage part number BQC-XVP15U//1

    This is from www.tritronicsinc.com
     
  8. jakdedert

    jakdedert Guest

    I wish they'd settle on a few (maybe 10 or 15 realistically--possibly even
    that's more than absolutely necessary) projector lamps and build the units
    around them...but no, there are easily hundreds; a different lamp for every
    projector.

    Second-sourcing would go a long way toward bringing the price down to
    realistic levels; but as long as consumers are willing to pay these prices,
    it won't happen. It also contributes to obsolescence of the projectors
    themselves. As newer models are introduced, eventually the manufacturers
    will reduce parts support (including replacement lamps) for the older ones.

    jak
     
  9. TV Fixer1

    TV Fixer1 Guest

    I've gotten several catalogs from a company called Interlight, claiming to
    stock hard to find bulbs, even offering to buy New Old Stock bulbs. Worth a
    try; their website is www.interlight.biz, phone# (800) 743-0005.
     
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