Question about InFocus Work Big IN10 DLP Projector
If Lamp or projector shuts off after running a short period of time, This is usually a thermal issue caused by excessively
high internal temperature. The high temperature
could cause a component on the controller ECA or
the power supply to fail when it gets hot.
First you need to check the fan operation, Are 3 fans, two for lamp and one for the color wheel. Check the elevation foot, if something is broke maybe something stop the fan.
Remove the lamp module.
Examine the fan assembly through the recess in the bottom case. Plug the projector in and turn it
on. Both fans in the fan assembly should start up and run for 5 - 10 seconds, then shut down
(because there is no lamp installed). This is time enough to make sure the fans work properly.
Make the same for the color wheel fan, you need to remove the top case.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
depends on how many times the orange light blinks also when you replaced the lamp did you do a timer reset? you can find alot of information on how to trouble shoot this www.infocus.com/support
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
SOURCE: infocus sreenplay projector
Contact the manufacturer for a firm ware upgrade. My two brother in laws/sisters own this same pj and had the same issues you are talking about. Once they installed the update [aka: firmware upgrade]it created a solution to the problem.
Let me know how it goes. They can either mail you a CD, direct you to where on their website, otherwise email you the update to download. You have to connect your pj as well.
Let me know how that goes. I'm fairly confident that will fix it. There was a certain time frame [manufacturer dates], and serial numbers that had these issues.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
if the lamp is new, it could be the power supply (the ballast is built in to the ps). but make sure you have the right lamp. the X1 and X1a have an sp-lamp-019 and the similar X2 and X3 have an sp-lamp-018. the lamps are almost identical except for the wire configuration on the lamp plug. make sure the wires in the plug match the positions in the socket. also, when you turn it on, if you don't hear a high pitch squeal, the colorwheel is not working. and if that isn't working, the lamp won't either. also check to see if the lamp door is closing properly and hitting the switch at the top of the opening.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
if you don't hear a high-pitched whir, the colorwheel needs to be replaced. if you do, it's either the lamp or ballast. if the lamp is new, replace the ballast. you can get the parts if you want to do it yourself, or you'll have to send it in. either way, try av solutions in ny. they are an infocus service center and they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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