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New lamp but image is dim

I recieved a projector lamp VT60 lp and after replacing it, the image
is simply too dark. Brightness control on the projector doesn't help.

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This usually means that there is some contamination in the light path. Since many of the mirrors and lenses must be carefully aligned, it is not recommended to have the homeowner dis-assemble +/or clean these. This unit should be sent in for serive, requesting a complete clean and alighment. The unit will be cleaned, any filters changed and the convergence checked.

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Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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You can check to status which may give you lamp information by pressing ENTER on remote or projector and going to HELP.

You may find that replacing the lamp helps, however older lamps are expensive and could replace the whole projector with new one of higher specification, complete with 3 year warranty if you spend double as much. A new lamp will not restore a projector to its new state either. Here's a link to the lamp (for the UK), it's over £200 + VAT + delivery, and that's not even for a genuien HP lamp

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