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Problem with the lamp

I have used my projector to display photos on a screen from a computer. Everything was fine and i turn the projector off at the end of the presentation. The next day when i wnated to use it to watch a movie, the lamp led had gone flashing red... I thought the lamp was broken because i moved the projector and break it, so i bought a new one (really expensive) After placing the new one..... the led is still flashing red =( I think there's another problem than the lamp behind this... Any ideas?? Thank you very much Remi

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Re: Problem with the lamp

According to Epson the led will flash red in one of two cases: Flashes red with 1 sec intervals - either the lump has burned out(We can rule this one in this case) or the lamps cover is open (try checking the cover's sensor) Flashes red with 2 sec intervals - an internal problem, I'd suggest contacting Epson's support. Good Luck

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