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Shuts lamp dwons as if over heated. Lamp 4200 hours.

The projector shuts down as if over heated. Lamp on low, filters clean, fan on high. Cold start and it runs for approx 1 h, then shuts down and automatically starts again. Runs for 20 minutes shuts down and so on until finally the projector has to cool down for an hour and the pattern starts all over,

Have a new spare lamp at hand. Could this very old lamp cause overheating? Or is there a malfunctioning heat sensor etc that shuts down the lamp?

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You need to reset the lamp hours. Here is the manual to tell you how to reset.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/pdf/projector_manual_2606.pdf

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