Question about Acer PD523 Multimedia Projector
I have an Icon that looks like the lamp in red with a circle with an X through it. No one is able to tell me what this is and it is not documented. Does it mean that the lamp life is near its end. I do not believe i am anywhere close to the 2000 hours of lamp life
Sounds stupid, but its not the mute is it? cant check as my acer is in bits at the moment!!!
Posted on Jan 06, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The flash icon appears in the upper left corner of display or it appears as circled flash icon? If flash is open and appears a circled icon, then there’s a malfunction contact that don’t communicate to the camera that the flash is open. Your camera needs service! Be sure the upper part of the flash is unfolded, pointing directly in front of the camera (not downward), because the sensor is just in this second folder. If the icon is not circled, press the right arrow until only the lightning symbol appears (forced flash). Try a shot! If the flash doesn’t pops, then your camera needs servicing (burned or broken lamp or other malfunctions).
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