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Hello... My Epson ehtw8000 projector is stuck in warm up when turned on... No red indicator lights are on and I have checked and cleaned the vents and fans... The damn thing simply powers on and stays in warm up mode....

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if the Lamp error and Temperature error lights are flashing red this means that there are two separate errors.

  • A flashing lamp light means the lamp failed to ignite. It could be a lamp driver problem or lamp failure. Replace the lamp to resolve the issue. If the issue is not resolved, then service the projector.
  • A flashing Temperature light signals a fan error. Turn the projector off and allow it to cool down. If the light is still flashing after the projector is turned back on, service the projector.
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