20 Most Recent Sanyo PLC-SW30 Multimedia Projector Questions & Answers


You need to turn off the ceiling mode to get the picture to project correctly. This is in the Settings Menu. See page 37 of the manual which is currently available here: http://cncms.com.au/SANYO-IMs/Commercial-Industrial/plcsw30_im.pdf .

Press Menu. Then use the left/right arrows to move to the icon with the projector and screen shown. (Note: right now this row will be on the bottom of your screen and the icon will be to the left side of the row.) Press the down arrow and move to the Ceiling icon with the R. It should be the seventh icon from the upside down "Up" arrow; it's next to the Capture icon with a camera. (Normally, ceiling icon shows as an upside down R when your image is projected right-side up. There is also a rear-projector icon with a mirror image R when the image is right-side up.) Press Select and then use the arrow keys to choose the On/Off options. You may need to press Select again to save the setting.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Oct 11, 2017


The color wheel is the problem

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jul 16, 2014


Is the fan in your projector still working in high speed or not spining?

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 08, 2014


Check that the lamp and filter covers are tightly secured otherwise the unit wont switch on

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 30, 2011


The filters are starting to show their age. This is a normal occurance for projectors and is the result of heat. The filters and/or the mirrors might need to be changed.
Dan

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 19, 2011


The uProcessor thinks that it has overheated and is frantically trying to cool down what it thinks is a hot lamp.
This condition has many causes from an exhausted lamp to lamp ballast fault or even a power supply fault or a heat sensor/fan fault.

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Mar 30, 2011


You have a classic temp sensor problem. Its a fail safe on theprojector, basically a fuse that bridges the main power cables. Lookslike a little pot, With a white ceramic head.
Now what it does, Is the white ceramic head rises as the unit getshotter, and thus breaks the power circut. All you need to do is, openup the unit, locate the sensor (its mounted next to the lamp on yourprojector) And push the little white head back down, thus closing thecircut, and restoring power supply.
Here is the full repair schematic to guide you. :)
http://yama.co.za/forum/index.php?topic=146.0

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Mar 30, 2011


That Philips Lamp fits SW30 and SW35 plus an oss EIKI projector.
Why not fix the projector?

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


If the lamp doesn't strike then change the 680uF capacitor on the bottom corner of the power supply board.

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Feb 28, 2011


I would start off by making sure that the fans and filters are cleaned. The easiest way to do this is with a can of compressed air that you can buy at any office supply store. If that does not solve your issue, than it would sound as if your bulb is burnt out.

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Feb 28, 2011


The first check is to make sure that it does accept other VGA signals into the 15pin D connector use 800X600 resolution, if signals are present then it is because you need to configure the output reference on your laptop.This is by using the F keys etc this switches the VGA XGA signals from your laptop screen and reference's it out to the connector.Kind regards J Williams www.jvsvisual.com

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 27, 2010


this is a service issue
as long as the pj has not been dropped, clouted or otherwise mistreated is should be fixable

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 10, 2010


Have you tried another computer. Are you toggling the FN and CRT/Icon image key at the same time.

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010


This could be showing the signs of the lamp needing replacement. if not dust has accumulated (clean filters) onto the mirrors in the projector.

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010


press function f4 on your system when your projector is connected to it

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Apr 02, 2010


Try to pull the blub out and replace the check to make sure that the cover for the blub area is on good, there is a lilttle switch inside that tells the unit that the cover is on and ok to run as normal, look at the inside of the cover and see if it looks like something was broke off (plastic is really white in one spot) that couls be the post the triggers the switch i'm refering too. Good luck

Sanyo PLC-SW30... | Answered on Feb 18, 2010

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