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Panasonic PTAE 900U with new lamp and counter reset shut off

I replace lamp, reset the counter but the projector always shut off after a 30' of use. The lamp lcd is flashing and I need to turn off/on the unit If I want to use it. I think it had a bug but I don't know if I can made something easily or need a repair by specialist.
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  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    new bulb $350 reset lamp hours tried all settings, unplugged dynamic iris .tried lowbulb, highbullb.low fan,high fan it restarts every 10 to 15 minutes

  • tlrorick Mar 19, 2009

    same problem. replaced the lamp, unit powers on and then off again. contacted Panasonic Tech Support. they said to take it to a Panasonic repair shop who thought it was the ballast. repaired that, they still cant get it to work. they have contacted Panasonic. during the 3 weeks they have had our unit, another one has come in with the same problem. I contacted Panasonic today and they will contact their repair shop to see if they can help. we will see.

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Reseat the lamp.  I had a similar problem.  Replaced the lamp and everything worked for about 3 hours.  Then, turned the projector off.  Next morning, when I turned it on, nothing.  Stanby/On light flashed green for a minute then the lamp light came on and the projector went into standby.

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  • Keefa Feb 07, 2009

    Yeah, never mind my "solution."  After several power cycles and no problems, just went down to use the projector and no luck.  Standby/On light flashes green for a 30 seconds or so then it's straight to standby with the lamp light flashing.

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