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Replace lamp soon flashing during warm-up

We had the projector flash the replace lamp warning, waited a bit to replace it, then did.
Now the lamp is replaced and it still flashes the warning.  How do I get it off?

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Press the left and right buttons, as well as the power button once the lamp has turned on. This will reset the lamp life counter.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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