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All depends what you mean by warning lamp.
Early Alternators used to have a terminal connected to the "Star" winding inside. A 12v lamp connected between here and ground will light up when a charge is available.
But.... the simplest method is to buy LED charge lamp which checked for voltages above 12v (12.5 to 14v} and lights up showing a charge. I can buy a simple device like this from my local Jaycar Electronics store. You should be able to get a similar device depending on where you are
You do know the lamp won't light unless the projector has an input source connected?
It's not designed to be repaired because there are safety issues in case you put too bright a lamp in, after all it is a children's toy. That said you have 2 options, take out the old lamp, and identify it, that should be fairly easy, or contact the distributors. Contact JAKKS
It sounds you need a new Projection Lamp; they usually last for 2000 hours or more. The led blinking is the lamp warm-up period and it fails now, if you replace the lamp be careful very static sensitive and blow the dust out with air while the TV is open. Hope this Helps.
The bulb is a small electronics bulb on the left side of the lexan display cover and it is covered with an insulated foil tape. Measure the voltage on the bulb with a voltmeter and go buy a replacement from any electronics supply place or radio shack.
I don't thing that because you were not reset the time lamp used now your LCD projector stop function
What was exact the unit did? no power at all or some LED light up or flashing. In any case to reset the lamp time use you must enter when unit is on
As you mentioned you did replaced the new lamp, You should check again if you reinstalled properly the lamp and lamp cover because under the lamp cover it had a safety switch if this SW not active then the unit will be in protection mode
I sugges you to remove again the lamp and reinsert properly and secure the lamp cover and try it again and if it still is not go then let me know what are the status of the 2 LED
Bought a S10.3 in jan/2010, LED died a month later. I've repaired it by myself. After inspecting circuit, I've found that their design puts almost 14V of reverse bias upon that poor blue LED. These components are not usually expected to sustain more than 5V of reverse polarization. So, in my opinion, there is a design flaw. To make a long lasting repair, you just need to insert a general purpose diode in series with the LED, such as an inexpensive 1N4148 ($0.05). And, of course, any readily available 3V, 5mm, through-hole round blue LED (I think crystal clear should be better).
Usually, if the red light is flashing and you get no picture, that means that the lamp life cycle is finished and you'll have to get a replacment lamp. the lamp has about 3000 hours of life (2 to 3 years under nomal use).
code 12 means no error detected. However when your lamp wont light and you have replaced the lamp it is usually traced to the cpacitors on the PWB PCB that need replacement. You can get a repair kit for that model at the following link. Its called the V26 PWB PCB repair kit. which contains all the capacitors and a CD with the capacitor board locations and disassembly instructions and board Identification and full Service manual for that model DLP. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/