Question about Lightware VP 100 projector lamp Projector Lamp
Hi, I have a Lightware VP100 that's been sitting for awhile. I decided to break it out but ran into a problem. The power switch on the back turns the fans on but I can't get the bulbs to actually light up... Any ideas? Thanks ahead of time! ~Panther
Hi i have a vp800. The main power circiut board has been burned. So now i have no power. Seems like an easy fix if only i had the parts. Any ideas of where or who i can contact for info?? Very much appreciated.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
Well, If you are pushing the power button beside the lens and the fans speed up but no light is on hte lights might of gone out as of now i have the same projector no one has a replacement bulb but if the fans just go steady and does not speed up when you power it on the there night be a problem with the button try the remote if you have it otherwise it just might be the bulb,
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Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Remove the cover and check whether the air filters blocked with dust.
Whenair filters are blocked, air doesn't flow freely through the projector. This result in overheating, leading to automatic shutdown.
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