I just purchase, from Ebay, a JVC RX664V. It was guaranteed to be in good working order. It appears to be in excellent condition. I do not have an owners manual or the remote. I was told I didn't need the remote. I have a JVC CD player hooked up to it but I cannot even get it in the CD mode ( I don't know how) Please Help!!
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Hi I am Vortash the problem sounds like a corruption of the remote processor , that is providing the Lamp has not blown , unfourtunatly these systems are very user unfriendly and the average repair ( apart from replacing the bulb and even that causes problems with the lamp hour monitor sometimes ? ) can not be effected by the owner .. It is probably best for you to take it to a service department and have a free estimate ,get them to check the bulb is working .. If it is you may find it cheaper to get a replacement unit off ebay that requires a bulb than the cost of repair . I actually trade in these units .. I purchase one of ebay that is not working but has a good bulb .. when it arrives I throw the unit away and keep the bulb .. the units are ten a penny the bulbs are the gold .. ? an average bulb can cost 2 to 300 pounds but a projector can be purchased for under £50 .. so you see they are actually a throw away commodity .. sorry I couldnt be of more help regards Vortash
Toshiba's s8. Designed to deliver stunning images in breathtaking XXL format, the TDP-S8 features 2000:1 contrast, the latest DLP technology for brilliant color and sharpness, and 2000 ANSI lumens brightness for top performance. The product retailed for close to two thousand dollars. Due to problems production was discontinued. If it works for you then you got a good deal. Replacement parts are easily available on ebay.com for reasonable prices.
I think it's the bulb, the best would be to take it to the shop where you bought it - or any other good electronic goods shop - so they can test it. If its still under guarantee its better to take it to the dealer. Mine had to have the bulb replaced after only 8 months, but it was still under guarantee.
If you go into the setup menu on your projector. You may find something on the lines of "orientation" etc. If you click on that option you will be able to choose another orientation for your projector.
this is something which sharp didnt foresee!!!!!!!!!! sharp has two identical models sharp xr10x & the newer model xr10xl.both the lamps look alike , however both have a different rating & reverse connector!! i.e both cannot be interchanged!however if u have the old xr10x & if u try to fit the new bulb which is lower in wattage, it will explode in 20 mins if you have bought a used projector , then u wont know if someone has interchanged the ballast!! as this model was discontinued 2 years back!!!! so confirm the model , it is mentioned under sharp name or at the bottom good luck
Hello folks! I bought my unit on 11/2006. After 1532 lamp hours on eco-mode, my unit would start shutting off after just 2-3 minutes. Same problems you guys are having. Based on the comments I've received from the TECH guy where I purchased the unit, it appears that these units have IRIS problems. Here's how you can tell if its an IRIS problem...according to the TECH guy:
1. Get the unit powered up as usual.
2. Wait until its projecting enough light to see a menu on the screen.
3. Using the remote control, PRESS the "POWER" button again to see the power off confirmation screen, then PRESS the ARROW keys in the following order: RIGHT, UP, DOWN, UP, DOWN, then PRESS ENTER.
4. The EXT OPTION menu should then be displayed.
5. SELECT the "SELF CHECK" option using the arrow keys.
6. Look for the word "IRIS. If that word or any word on that line appears in "RED" color, then the IRIS is faulty and needs to be replaced.
I just called Panasonic's Service dept. and they gave me a CASE NUMBER and asked me to FAX my original INVOICE to them. She told me they are going to review my claim and see if they can provide assistance or whatever. Apparently...Panasonic knows of this problem according to the TECH guy at the place where I bought my unit in late 2006. Good luck! Steve 717-891-2062
I had one 3300MP and removed/replaced the bulb to dust off as it was overheating. There is a small metal like switch that resets the bulb replacement (physical switch - take a good look) -- This helped to reset the first time I did this, but doesn't reset the hours on the chip.
However, since this bulb was problematic for me, I have done this a couple of times and since has stopped powering the bulb now. So, thinking it was the bulb, I replaced the bulb, -- No good... So, thinking it was the projector, I bought a new/refurbished one on ebay -- tested the NEW bulb - NO GOOD. now I have TWO PROJECTORS, THREE BULBS and NOTHING THAT WORKS...