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Np1000 stuck in eco mode

I have replaced the lamp with a new one. Have reset lamp hours and checked the lamp mode is set to Normal. The green lamp light still comes on to show the projector is in eco mode. Is there are reset mode other than the Help button being pressed for 10 seconds on the remote?

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Sounds like a typical Ballast ( lamp's powersupply ) problem.

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Press and hold the power button on the remote control for 10 seconds.

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SOURCE: NEC VT 470 projector won't work at all

Try pressing the HELP button. Don't release and press the power button. The LED lights should blink. Release then try to power on again.

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SOURCE: just replaced vt700 lamp. projector still

Try the old lamp again and reset again and see if that works. When you originally replaced the lamp did it give you a warning that replacement was required or did it just stop? I haven't worked on that model before but you may require a new Ballast (power supply ) that runs the lamp (technician job usually)

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SOURCE: I have an NEC VT470.

Some of the NEC units have a standby status when the lamplife has exceeded its safe limit, the unit I had needed the off button pressing for up to 20 seconds to reset the lamplife and allow the unit to be switched back on. There should be info for this in your manual.

Good luck

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This projector had a lamp rated at 2000 hours (normal) / 3000 hours (eco mode). It last shipped in August 2008. It is a 3000 lumen projector. It's a reasonable business class projector.
As a first step, it's certainly worth checking your warranty status. Your projector will certainly be approaching the end of its warranty now, however this model was shipped with a 3 year warranty so it may still be covered if the fault is not the lamp. Check now, and log the (possible) fault with your local Hitachi service dept. eg http://hitachiserviceeu.com/support/contacts/contacts.htm
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I don't know your set in particular, therefore I will be generic.

On some projection sets, there is an hours counter that is manualy resetable. Make sure that it is reset. If you can have a readout of the amount of hours used on the lamp this will tell you if this needs to be reset.

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