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You can get the convergence repair kit for most models from www.tvrepairworld.com the its contain the parts and the CD with repair instructions.

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How to do lamp reset on panasonic pt-lb50u projector.


To reset the lamp hours, turn on the projector. Then press Menu and use the Up/Down arrows to highlight Options. Press Enter then highlight Lamp Runtime. Press and hold Enter for 3+ seconds until the Lamp Runtime screen is displays. Press the Power button (any other button cancels the reset). When the Power button LED turns red, unplug the power cord to the projector. You can either use the remote or the controls on the projector. Reconnect the power cord after a few minutes.

The reset instructions are on page 62 of the user manual. The manual is available from Panasonic here: https://support.panasonic.co.nz/docstore/PT-LB50U%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf .

I hope this helps.

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How to reset the lamp time in Panasonic projector model vex 500


  1. Press the Power button so that a picture is projected onto the screen
  2. Press the Menu button to display the "Main Menu", and then press the F or G button to select "Option"
  3. Press the Enter button to display the "Option" menu, and then press the 5 or 6 button to select "Lamp Runtime"
  4. Press and hold the Enter button for approximately 3 seconds
  5. The "Lamp Runtime" will change to "Time Reset [Power Off]"
  6. Turn off the power and disconnect the power cord
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My Panasonic PT LC76U has horizontal pixelated lines. See image at this link http://abigproduction.us/_images/panasonic.jpg


you need to check:
the Vga cables if the image shown is that from a computer
firstly check if the Panasonic logo comes ok in the beginning
if ok then try connecting a laptop directly thru a short patch cable to the computer port of the projector[i am assuming that the projector has been installed to the ceiling]
if this works ok , then the projector is fine!
you need to figure out the problem with the vga cabling and switchers if any of them are used!

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Panasonic PT LB50NTU - LCD projector need to connect to my IMAC - what cord do I need?


The Panasonic projector PT-LB50NTU or E have two type of data inputs.
One is RGB or VGA cable and second is VIDEO cable. If your IMAC have video or vga output than you can connect.

Two type of cables witch are using with projector good_help_0.jpggood_help_1.jpg

Jan 14, 2011 | Panasonic PT-LB50U Multimedia Projector

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Panasonic PT-AE700E HD Projector, Has A Colour Problem


the filter on your projector has gone bad the same needs to be replacerd

Nov 04, 2008 | Panasonic PT-AE700U Multimedia Projector

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My Panasonic projector, Model #PT-L592U, Serial #SL7510277, was working fine for about 35 to 40 hours, when it it started separating the colors some. So now I have these vertical green and blue lines...


Know not all projection tvs have this,, but my rca hdtv projection ,,does ,, check in your menu for conversion,, it should have it ,,anyway it realines the colors,, youve got to do it every couple of weeks,, or if youll move a projection tv,,thanks,,

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Tv turns on for 1 sec then shute off power light blinks 3 times panasonic pt53wx53g projection


Hi 3 blinks on panasonic is the conversion ics. very common repair for projectors. you need to replace two ics on mother board. The cost of the repair from a tv shop is 250,00.

At least now you Dont have to pay a service center to come out and diagnose
Just give them your model number and they can look up the parts. The job take 1 hour to do or so.

I hope this help thanks doctor video leadingedgeelectronics 1987

May 04, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Panasonic PT-L759U


With the power on and the lamp off, hold the input button down on the projector then press and hold the power button for 5 seconds

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