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Problems changing lamp

Hi, i have changed my bulb and the only image that i received is a blue screen on my wall. The lamp is a brand new one but no image . On the top of projector the LAMP REPLACE is orange and LAMP is RED. What can i do ? Thank you!

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Re: Problems changing lamp

Try removing the new bulb and reinsert it and make sure it make a good connection. Be sure to follow your projector's instruction manual on how to change your bulb exactly.

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