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No power at all

I did not use the sweech to turn off the projector, but pull out the cord from the power directly. It can not be turned on today.

Please tell me what's the problem.

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You may have to reset the Bulb Life Timer. When the power is turned on, you simultaneously press the "right arrow", the "down arrow" and the "menu" buttons, then press the "standby/on" button, it should zero out the Bulb Life Timer and it should come on.

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