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Epson TW10 Projector displaying "error in epson cinema filter"msg

Will only work in cinema dark mode, now and change to normal daytime modes result in this error message, do you know what is the best thing to do (is there a part I can buy etc) as I have googled the world with no response . .

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  • catrescue Nov 29, 2008

    No lights flashing on panel, works normally etc, just not in normal mode just cinema black. The error message that comes up is on the actual video screen when I try and display in any mode that isnt cinema black

  • Robert Borjesson Dec 28, 2008

    The same error appeared after approx 150h of use.

    The projector have only been used short periods of time and always been shut down properly.





  • wfraga1818 Jan 04, 2009

    I had the same problem in TW1000( epson homecinema 1080 ), used by 30hours !! show the "error in epson cinema filter" always !! and in Brazil don't have assistence to this model !!

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What is the error message? Are there lights flashing on the panel? Keep us posted. thanks!

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