Lamp will not strike in LP600. Receive message "Powering up...Wait..." then "Retrying". Eventually, a message is displayed "Lamp Did Not Strike". The cycle just repeats over and over again... Lamp does power on for a few seconds, but it seems that it does not reach temp and powers off... I am thinking power supply issue...??
Steps already taken:
Visually inspected power supply board.
Checked all connections.
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if you know your lamp is good, make sure the connection on the lamp housing and the connector on the lamp itself are actually connected. sometimes when the lamp is installed the connection on the lamp housing is pushed out and the connection is not actually made. you can also reset the lamp hours and see if that works.
If you replace the lamp but do not reset the lamp hours then the projector will not ignite the lamp to stop it blowing up the lamp and causing further problems. You can reset the hours without the image, on the x2 version you turned on for 1 minute then held down the volume up and down buttons for 10 seconds but all versions vary. The infocus website can usually tell you how though you may have to look for it a bit. Failing that try a firmware update available from the infocus website that should erase its brain so you can start again, hopefully you have kept the original leads it was shipped with to do this otherwise it will cost you another £20
I believe that does mean the lamp is dead. If your model is the LP600,
you need the SP-LAMP-019. A quick search on eBay found one for $320
new. From the InFocus website it is $499 so that is not a bad deal. InFocus offers a 6 month warranty, so that is something you will want to keep in mind.
I believe that does mean the lamp is dead. If your model is the LP600, you need the SP-LAMP-019. A quick search on eBay found one for $320 new. From the InFocus website it is $499 so that is not a bad deal. InFocus offers a 6 month warranty, so that is something you will want to keep in mind.