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How do i change filter


https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Toshiba+TLP-X3000+filter+change

Click the first link. Read page 52.

Honestly.

(Page basically says, unplug projector, pull the filter off from under the lens (it's hinged at the front of the projector), and either clean that or unpack the new one, and clip the cleaned/new filter back on in the obvious reverse manner...)

Jan 30, 2014 | Toshiba TLP-X3000 LCD Projector

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Gets hot shuts down its toshiba TDP-SP1 how can i resolve it?? do i need to change cooler?


Make sure filters are cleaned. Use a vacuum so you don't spread dust around inside your projector. Make sure the projector can "breathe"; has room around it.

Nov 04, 2013 | Toshiba Office Equipment & Supplies

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Service manual


It is not working for Toshiba TDP-XP2, when I hold three button above and plug the power on, the light at power button is blinking forever.
Any help will appreciated.

Apr 04, 2012 | Toshiba TDP XP2 DLP Projector

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Toshiba xp2 projector overheating


Better late than never for any other XP2 owners out there. I've gone through 1 lamp so far with very good results. The key to overheating is cleaning the fan out, i.e. it sucks in a lot of dust particles over time which accumulate on the fan blade and in the vents blocking good airflow. Take a good strong vacuum hose to every vent, then again right when you turn it on. This will get the fan up to speed quickly and assist with removing more dust internally. Eventually, you'll need to open the projector up and clean internally (carefully), but doing the above maintenance will prolong its life and extend the lamp too!

Feb 22, 2012 | Toshiba TDP XP2 DLP Projector

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Red colour on presentation not displaying through toshiba make projector


hi,
i think ur projector ha problem with color wheel synchronization. check the color wheel rpm counter sensor. there will be a mark on color wheel for making counts. if dust deposited in there the counting will not become correct. clean the color wheel and re-fix it and test again.
ok

Jan 05, 2011 | Toshiba TDP-MT200 Multimedia Projector

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My toshiba projector keeps shutting off after 15 min ?


clean out the projector with canned air. if it still happens, you'll need to replace the power supply.

Jun 19, 2009 | Toshiba TLP-XD2000U Mobile Projector

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The color went out on my Toshiba TDP-T45 projector. Watching the projector and heard sound and the color went away. What is wrong?


Color wheel failed. Clean the glass pieces out loose in the unit and replace the color wheel assy with Toshiba part no: 23125963. No soldering is required, just a no. 2 phillips screwdriver and and a set of jeweler's phillips screwdrivers like Radio Shack has.

Apr 23, 2009 | Toshiba TDP-T45U DLP Projector

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My Toshiba TDP-ET20U Multimedia DVD Projector will not play a DVD. I can hear it reading and reading it, but it will not play. The same DVD will play immediately on another DVD player.


Hi jennydority

Have you tried cleaning the DVD player's lens with a CD/DVD cleaning disc yet ?

Give it a go , it normally solves the problem.

May 06, 2008 | Toshiba TDP-T90 Multimedia Projector

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Downgrading from vista to XP2


Hey, yes your laptop can be downgraded to xp sp2
But I'm unable to find any drivers for it.

Try contacting toshiba for assistance.

Feb 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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