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Hi, This may be telling you that the lamp needs replacing. Have a look at the specifications of your projector and note the operating hours of the led lamp. Work out how many hours you have used it for providing it is a Dell part. equivalent parts may have a shorter life. If the led is flashing orange there is a stock fault of a 3300 micro farad capacitor fault in the power supply. Search other reports for this same error.
Do not buy another lamps until you know it is faulty or past its useful life.
These cost about 99 each. Tim
Looks like there is power supply problem as well as the lamp.
1 Clean all filters 2 Check out power supply (usually a few capasitors need to be replaced) 3 Wuld be a good idea to check the lamp in wokring projector, but if the "Lamp" light is constantly on it is more likely a faulty lamp as well.
I think this is a lamp issue. Even though your lamp might have an advertised time of 3000 hrs from Dell, it can fail and dim a lot earlier than that. Often within 1000 hrs a projector lamp's brightness can be reduced by up to 40%. Projector lamps brightness and lamp life varies according to how you use your projector and the environment it is in. Our company sells projector lamps and has created a YouTube video to help people get the most out of their projector lamps. You can see the video below. If you decide to buy a new lamp we have the lamp you need in stock at Projector Lamp Experts.
Ok you need to replace the thermo sensor on this now the thing is the replacment is not something "just anyone can do" Now what you can do is this you can take it into BEST BUY witch are EXPERTS to help you replace the sensor in this.
But for a end user to dig inside of this would not be wise. I would highly recommend a expert fix this due to the sensor. The sensor is on the ballast board.
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I am experiencing a similar problem with mine. It will cycle on and off without actually powering up fully and then after about the 4th or 5th time it will shut off completely and the lamp indicator light on top illuminates. i am reading in other blogs that this is a design flaw on this unit. let me know if you have found any fixes.