Question about Epson EMP 700 Multimedia Projector
The right support foot on our Epson EMP-700 Projector has beome stripped and will no longer support the weight of the projector.
I need to replace the unit (which screws in easily).
1. I need the part number.
2. If you know the part number or can figure it out...can I order the part from you.
I am in Atlanta
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
EPSON PowerLite 7250 Reset
the lamp counter hours in 3 steps 1. Make sure, your projector is ON 2. Hold down the Help and Menu buttons
for 5 seconds. 3. Hold down the Tracking and Tracking -
buttons for 5 seconds.
The "A.S." screen will appear.
EPSON PowerLite 7250
the lamp counter hours in 3 steps
1. Make sure, your projector is ON
2. Hold down the Help and Menu buttons
for 5 seconds.
3. Hold down the Tracking and Tracking -
buttons for 5 seconds.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
SOURCE: why does my epson emp
These models of projectors form Epson have a standby which the projector enters when it no longer senses video input. The fans will continue to run because they are cooling down the lamp which remains hot for a few minutes after it turns off.
This could be a problem with your computer, or dvd player, or whatever device you are using for your movies. Check to make sure these are working properly. Check to make sure that your dvd player or computer is still outputing video to the projector.
If this does not fix your problem, then the problem could lie with the projector itself. The projector fans may not be properly cooling the lamp, in which case the projector will turn off the lamp to ensure the projector is not damaged. To fix this, you could check if the fan outlets on the projector have become clogged with dust. If they have, definitely clean them out with compressed air.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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