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Re: BenQ MP610 Multimedia Projector Problem
I don't have the manual on this one, but in general if the lights indicated that the lamp needed to be changed because of hours of use, then until the lamp hours have been reset, the lights will remain. The owner's manual should have the procedure for resetting the lamp hours. Try that and update this if you still have a problem. Also, check to be sure that the lamp access door is closed completely. There are safety switches that get activated when the door is not installed correctly.
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You need a smallish phillips head screw driver. Disconnect any power cords.Turn the projector upside down with the front facing you. On the back there is a 3" or so cover secured with one small screw. Remove the screw and the cover. You will see the lamp assembly. On the right is a white cable connection. Disconnect it. On the left is one screw securing the lamp assembly. Unscrew that, then lift the lamp assembly out of the projector housing. Now your options are to replace just the lamp or the whole lamp assembly.
before a lamp blows it draws more current than it usually uses, but since it uses dc, it couldn't blow the ac fuse. but if the regulators on the ballast or power supply were bad, it would blow the lamp and draw ac power, possibly blowing the fuse.
it might be dusty enough to hold in the heat. it needs a good cleaning. use canned air. if you still have an issue, the fans might be running too slow or the thermister (temp sensor) may be faulty. sometimes if it gets too hot in there, the thermister needs to be replaced, too.
I just replaced my lamp for the same beamer. Took me a while to figure out how, but if you know how, it is easy. Turn the beamer on its back. In the middle, you will see a black rubber (small), it covers a hole and a screw is in the whole. Pull the small bblack rubber out. Unscrew the screw. A small cover will come loose. And there is the lamp, You have to pull out the power cable, and than only one little screw that mounts the lamp to the inside of the beamer.
I replaced my lamp on my Projector MP510 after the projector shut down. I followed the instructions in the book to reset the projector but the projector shuts down all the time. Please can you help me HARRY
If this problem happen with a particular laptop then I suggest that you you change the setting of the laptop you are using. Go to Start=>Control Panel=>Performance and Maintenance=>Power OPtion=>Power Option Propreties=(click on Hibernation Tab and uncheck Hibernation box).
While on the Power Option check the time on the SYSTEM HIBERNATION.