Question about Panasonic ET-LAE500 Projector Lamp for PT-L500U, PT-AE500
Installed new bulb into projector. Hours reset on bulb but, the projctor is still reacting like it requires a new bulb as the bulb switches off and the red flashing lamp led indicates that their is a problem with the bulb.
SOURCE: PT-D3500E Projector
no havent fixed this problem but also unwilling to pay for advice.
this is something that should have supplied by the contractors who installed and fitted
the said products. many thanks for getting back to me but i will now take this up with the project manager.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Here is proceudre to reset lamp timer in your TV..
While pressing the VOL Down button on the projection display, hold down the PIP or SPLIT button on the remote control at same time for more than 5 seconds.
When reset procedure is complete, the screen message ' lamp time was reset to 0' will appear.
Hope this info will help you.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Your problem is the optical block failing. This is very common with the AE700s. It actually happened to me once before and I had it fixed. After having it replaced, it was recommended I run my fan on high mode, run the lamp on low mode and change the back lit color to black from blue to help thwart the issue. The optical block fails due to heat stress from the projector. Doing the things above lower the heat and extend the life of the block. I have a perfeclty good optical block if you would be interested as buying them new are extrememly expensive.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
Here is some information on this model which I hope will help...
The lamp indicator lights when the lamp is due to be replaced. It will flash if a circuit abnormality is found.
The temp indicator lights if an abnormal temperature is detected. If it goes too high it will shut down flash.
The lamp indicator is furthest away from the power switch if that helps.
If the lamp timer was approaching the end of the lamp life you would see a REPLACE LAMP nag screen when the projector is turned on. The fact that you have not mentioned this suggests that this is unlikely to be the problem.
The filters on the model are on the underside. There is a removable panel directly under the lens. You should not use canned air as you are blowing dust into the projector. It is recommended that you use a vacuum cleaner. Filters should be cleaned every 100 hours and replaced when the projector is relamped. You can wash the filter by hand with water only, ensuring it is dry before replacing it. Do not run the projector without the filter in place.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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