Question about Hitachi CP-X260 LCD Projector
Can I purchase an elevator foot, if so how?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have the user manual,read it first.It will show the reasons why those messages are poping up.Temperature sensors are located on the vents which gives you the problem messages. Usual problem is that the vents cooling your system is blocked preventing the air to cool your heating lamp.If you want to do service on your own(try your warranty first,opening the unit voids the warranty) you can unscrew the covers yourself.Unplug the unit first.Get a clear tape and as you remove the screws,tape the screws near the holes you got them from to prevent confusion upon rescrewing the covers back.Locate the vents filters,usually found on near exhaust fans and locate another one with a foam and screen near a smaller fan.Blow or get a smaller powered vacuum to **** dirts out.Re-install the foam and screen filter the way you removed it,be sure to observe the connector for the fans.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
By nothing do you mean it does not power on? Is your laptop on? Does it have an image on the screen?
Most of the time, this is easily fixed by holding down your function key and pressing one of the F keys. Different laptops use a different key, but you are looking for the CRT/LCD key.
So, press and hold function + CRT/LCD and you should notice a change. Be patient as it sometimes takes a moment. There are 3 settings here. One will give you a display on your laptop but not the projector. One will give you a display on the projector but not the laptop, and one will give you a display on both. So if the first time you press function + CRT/LCD you get a change but it's not what you need, try it again and cycle through until you find what you want.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
So is the problem that the projector is now uneven and won't stand as you want?
I have a projector myself and often use other items underneath one of the sides to help me to line it up. I use poker chips believe it or not.
but as a more permanent solution I would try and remove the broken foot, place a tight fitting rawl plug in the hole left and screw a screw into the hole slowly until it fits to the size you want.
I know this is a very DIY solution but it's what I would do.
Posted on Dec 14, 2011
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