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I'd recommend checking the fans of the projector, and make sure that they're spinning. Since you've mentioned that the lamp blew inside the unit, bits and pieces of the lamp might have lodged itself within the fans. It might also have to do w/ the after-market replacement bulb, which I normally wouldn't recommend.
Sounds like your bulb has gone.
Clean all the filter.
Remove lamp and inspect it, check for darkness, cracks and if filament has blown.
If lamp looks ok, put back in and test.
Dont touch the lamp front glass with your fingers as this can damage lamp.
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If the LAMP INDICATOR flashing red then.
Problem: Lamp circuit failure
Sulution: your two lamps are ok you need to repair the lamp drive circuit this is repairable and if you don't want to repair you buy a new one lamp circuit and install it.
Hi, Replacing the lamp in a Sharp LCD projector requires the lamp indicator to be reset. When the lamp needs to be replaced, the indicator becomes red. Resetting the counter for the lamp hours to zero will also reset the indicator to green.
Attach the power cord to the projector and plug it into an electrical outlet.
Step 2Locate the buttons on the top of the projector and simultaneously hold down the "Enter", "Menu" and "down arrow" buttons, then press the "Standby/On" button.
Step 3Continue holding all four buttons depressed until the lamp indicator light begins flashing green.The counter is now reset. Zero hours will now be displayed on the screen.
Because of high voltages and heat, there are many safety circuits inside these units. If you have a spare lamp, try replacing the lamp. Initial checks are made before the lamp is fired and sometimes a defective lamp can cause this. Also, can you descruibe what you mean by "noisier than usual"? Is the fan making more noise? Something elase making a noise?
i just replace the lamp, and don't have any light coming from lens,starting green (after a few seconds,green become to flash), then turning on orange and lamp light flashing...please i need help, fan working perfect...i don't have a remote,is a problem, or not
panasonic projectors , even if the lamp has reached end of life gives u 10 minutes to reset the lamp counter so when u replace a new lamp, go to options, lamp counter, reset & press stanby button for confirmation! thats all the unit powers off & when u check the lamp counter , its shows 0 u r done!!!!!!