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Not getting a picture on my Infocus Screenplay 7210 projector

I am getting a blinking red light that the book says could be a bulb problem. I replaced the bulb less then 6 months ago.

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SOURCE: Projector powers on but no picture.

depends on how many times the orange light blinks also when you replaced the lamp did you do a timer reset? you can find alot of information on how to trouble shoot this

Posted on Sep 12, 2007

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reset the Lamp as per shown in the user's manual.
Check the ballast unit, if dont work.

Posted on Nov 19, 2007

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Did you reset the hours on your system once you inserted a new light bulb? Otherwise the pj might be a bit confused if you do not reset that with each bulb. The suggested life expectancy for the lamps is around 3000-6000hrs for a DLP lamp pj.

Have you also cleaned out the filter? It is a GREAT idea to do that every year otherwise it could potentially over heat. Most of the time you can have some one come out, bring it to a service center, or ship it to the manufacturer to be cleaned, then they mail it back to you.

Let me know how things go. You can always contact the manufacturer to direct you on how to reset the hours. They do offer a life time support.

Best of luck!!

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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check the wireing in the new bulb . My new one had the wires in the wrong holes like if there are 4 slots in the connector then my orignal was in slots 1 and 4 the new one was in slots 1 and 3 so I took the wire out and put it in the #4 slot and put it in and unpluged the machine and did a reset and restart and it came on green. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: new lamp, no power!

if there are no leds lit, i'm surprised that it powers up. but if there is no light when the fans are running, it may be the ballast that needs replacing.

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