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BenQ MP612c projector has three orange flashing lights

We turned on the projector for the first time and it worked. However, we failed to open the lens cover. So I think what happened is the guy opened the lamp cover and now it just has three orange flashing lights for the power/lamp/temp indicators. Help! Is there a way to reset? Nothing comes on--not the lamp or the fan.

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Http://www.avsforum.com/t/1016750/benq-pe8720-flashing-led-indicator-codes

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You can go to the BenQ website and download a manual for your particular projector. It should tell you what the lights indicate.

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