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Projector suddenly shut down

We recently replaced the bulb, but it continued to flash "replace bulb". Today, it was running fine, until it suddlenly shut down. There was no warning message, no noise, and I wasn't pressing any buttons. I had the timer on my SmartBoard and my students were testing when it just turned off. The power light is on, but the projector is not running.

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  • hpleasant Jan 06, 2009

    I have the same/similar problem. Teacher would use freeze or mute and when leaving freeze/mute projector would shut down. Later today it would not come back on but the power light is red and there is no sound or output. I thought I might replace the bulb but have my doubts about this working.

  • hpleasant Jan 06, 2009

    I have the same problem. The problem started with the machine shutting down after going to freeze or mute mode. Now I only get a red power light.

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You need to reset the lamp timer. turn it on, and press and hold the left arrow, right arrow, and power button until it resets.

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