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Well hopefully you didn't over spin any of your fans. You can reset the lamp timer with the buttons on the unit, but you have to be able to project. Its in the menus at the bottom called reset. The 825 has an over heating issue. If its in warranty it should go in. I was able to get a firmware update for it but you'd have to push Epson tech support on that. I wonder if you didn't do something to the lamp cover it depresses a switch.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Resetting the air filter timer
If you do not have a remote here is how to reset the filter time. Use the "Menu" bottun to get the "easy menu" to display. Push the down arrow until you get to "Filter Time," then push and hold the RIGHT arrow to reset the filter time. DO NOT try to reset using the "Reset" option on the easy menu, it will not work.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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