and here's a link to find you a lamp ;) the lamp/lamp holder is an integral unit with this projector (and most others...). There are plenty of folks that sell replacements...usually $200-$300 since the unit has been discontinued.
for what it's worth, I have one at work and at home and both are workhorses...aside from lamp replacements every ~2,000-3,000 hours, they've both run very well.
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I too used to purchase a lot of disco items from Maplin, however, I have found that thier products are not always the top of the range you would assume. with regards to any replacment lamp/bulb you purchase from Maplin I have found that they not only go quickly, but the ecl's tend to self destruct and last maybe 2 shows, and at the time they were £10.00 eache. I have since come accross a reasonable seller via ebay who I now purchase all of my replacment bulbs from, and they are boxed as sound lab bulbs, less that half some time a third of the price of a Maplin replacment bulb.
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IT IS YOUR BULB,A NEW BULB WILL COST ABOUT£300 TO £400 POUNDS NEW 1080P PJ A GOOD DEAL MORE.
UP TO YOU BUT IF YOU GO FOR A NEW PJ LOOK AT THE PANASONIC 2000E, IT IS ONE OF THE BEST YOU WILL FIND AT ITS PRICE POINT £2000.
I had one 3300MP and removed/replaced the bulb to dust off as it was overheating. There is a small metal like switch that resets the bulb replacement (physical switch - take a good look) -- This helped to reset the first time I did this, but doesn't reset the hours on the chip.
However, since this bulb was problematic for me, I have done this a couple of times and since has stopped powering the bulb now. So, thinking it was the bulb, I replaced the bulb, -- No good... So, thinking it was the projector, I bought a new/refurbished one on ebay -- tested the NEW bulb - NO GOOD. now I have TWO PROJECTORS, THREE BULBS and NOTHING THAT WORKS...