Question about Sanyo DP46848 LCD TV
Lamp burnt out just trying to see what it would cost to replace and how easy it would be...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
I have a Sanyo XU35. Mine was starting up and showed a picture for about 15 - 30 seconds then shutting down. My lamp warning light was not coming on. When I put it in for repairs it turned out to be the lamp that needed replacing. The technician said it is not uncomman for the lamp to be going and the lamp warning light not to come on. I got my lamp on e-bay from ping_ngo for a great price.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
SOURCE: lamp replacement
I had this issue. Turned out the thermal switch was tripped and just needed to be reset. (The usual disclaimer: This procedure will void your warranty and is entirely at your own risk) Remove the six screws marked with arrows to open the top (be careful as there are still wires connecting the top to the bottom. The thermal switch is directly over the bulb assembly and connects to the main board with two thin wires (grey and white on my Z4). You can check the switch with a multi-meter. Normally the two wires should be shorted, if there's no continuity it's tripped. When it trips a small plastic pin painted white on top pops up, just press it back down and you should be good to go. (It's a good idea to clean your filters, and check the projector ventilation after to ensure it doesn't get tripped again)
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: sanyo plc se15 no light output
i all,hoping you can help with my problem.Ihave been given a sanyo plc
se15 projectoe but with no lamp originally,the "lamp"indicator and
"lamp replace indicator"were originally lit but when i have installed a
new(23hrs use previously) lamp i have no light output and these 2
indicators are still lit! what voltage should i have on the lamp
terminals(i a fully qualified electrician btw) is there some sort of
reset procedure as i dont have any instructions etc
thanks in advance for any help
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Just had the same problem. Based on other suggestions on here I tried resetting the overheat switch, and IT WORKED!
So, you have to pull the 6 screws (one of them is shorter than the rest, remember where it goes) that hold the top on the projector. 3 are on the back, 3 on the bottom - look for the arrows next to the screws.
Put the projector on it's feet, and pull off the top. The button wires will still be connected, so just hold onto the top and find the black circle/shaft above where the lamp is. The shaft has white paint on the top/tip of it. Push it down with a light amount of force. You should hear/feel it click.
Put top back on, put screws in, and you should be good to go.
Don't forget to reset the lamp replacement counter in the menus.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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