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Re: my projector turns on then off
Probably your projector filter is full of dust, and probably even the inside id full of dust. You need to clean the filter and you need to clean the inside. The fan starts coz the lemp inside cant get any air, as soon as you turn the projector on it gets overheated.
Go to a pro and let him/her clean your projector good, then it should work properly again. And make sure that you clean the filter at least 3-4 times per year.
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If this is a NEC VT series projector, Change the lamp. When if it continues to blink amber and not project and image after installing a new lamp check the lamp cover to see if the micro switch tab on the lamp cover broke off. Some models have a built in lens cover. If the cover is not slid over to open completely the light may not turn on.
i just replace the lamp, and don't have any light coming from lens,starting green (after a few seconds,green become to flash), then turning on orange and lamp light flashing...please i need help, fan working perfect...i don't have a remote,is a problem, or not
First , start over and unplug it. Wait a few minutes. Turn on AV system that is connected to it but not video or dvd player. With remote, point at is corectly and push power 1 sec or as soon as you see green light come on. Be quick.
If this fails you can wait 4 hours and repeat. OR try only projector with out any feed.
I generally fix this by re-seating the bulb housing. Take it out and put it back in. Look for cracking at the base of the bulb on the mirrored surface. It could be a barely functioning bulb that isn't busted, but can't initialize. I would take it to a shop that has the same bub type in a housing and make a quick switch.
I have a Sanyo XU35. Mine was starting up and showed a picture for about 15 - 30 seconds then shutting down. My lamp warning light was not coming on. When I put it in for repairs it turned out to be the lamp that needed replacing. The technician said it is not uncomman for the lamp to be gone and the lamp warning light not to come on. I got my lamp on e-bay from ping_ngo for a great price.