Question about Panasonic Office Equipment & Supplies
I'm new in this community, i need one help from you guys
i have a panasonic PTL735NTU projector with me, which i purchased last 3 yrs back, as the warranty is over the service centre wont touch it.
Every 6 months i need to clean the lens as it gets some dirt on it and the authorized service centre guys asks for $15-20 each time. so can someone explain me the step by step procedure on how to open and clean the lens of this projector
any help will be really appreciated as i'm struggling to get this answer from last few months
My apologies if i mistook anywhere
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blue spots on screen
Obviously this is not the first lamp you have replaced in you projector. These are great projectors however, the LCD panels expire quite quickly. You will find that the spots are related to the LCD panels needing to be replaced. This is not an inexpensive maintainence solution as the panels cost about $1500 each.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
since it has worked 1200 hours or even more since u have been resetting the counter! just change the lamp, resetting the counter does not make the lamp work or not work , it is only a reminder for the user to change the bulb when it should be & that u have some balance hours left to procure a new lamp!
if the brightness is adequate, then it is a ballast problem & not lamp problem!
buy a new lamp as u will anyway need to , fit it & it may solve ur problems permanently!
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Press the MENU button. Use the < > arrows to get to the OPTION menu. Press the ENTER button. Select LAMP RUN TIME. Press and hold the ENTER button for about 3 seconds. The 'lamp time reset' will display. Press OK and press the ENTER button. This will reset the lamp hours as well as turn off the projector.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: panasonic projector lamp
the only way to tell if a lamp is good is by checking the inside of it for bulges, black spots, and fogging. or put it in the projector. best bet: buy a new one.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
firdt off, did you reset the lamp counter? did you clean the dust out of the projector? it may be overheating as well. if the lamp looks ok, you may have just blown the ballast. try projector doctor online.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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