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While I am not sure of this feature on the Vivitar projectors, extensive testing has proven that running the cooling fan to accelerate cooling of a projection lamp will significantly shorten the lamp life. It is always recommended that (if possible) the projector system is cooled to room temperature without the fan running. Also, it is recommended not to move the projector until the lamp is completely cooled, as the lamp filament is extremely fragile when hot.
Despite the "hours left" on your projector, the lamp could be nearing the end of its life. Recommendations: 1. Make sure the vents and filters (if applicable) are clear of dust and debris. 2. Make sure the projector is well ventilated. (i.e. no obstructions around the vents) 3. Replace the lamp. They're around $200 on eBay. After replacing, reset the lamp timer (see your manual). 4. After replacing, run the projector in eco-mode if the brightness is acceptable. This will extend the life of your lamp. 5. Always let the projector cool down before unplugging the power or turning the master power switch off.
I don't know what would cause the inability to access all the menu options.
sounds like the projector lamp to me. the rated hours are always up to the published hours and never "this is what you will achieve." I would suggest getting a lamp as you will need one shortly by the sounds of it. In many cases the projector does this as it is programmed to protect itself from the lamp shattering inside the projector. Let me know if you would like a quotation for a lamp as we ship internationally. Regards Kevin Andreassend. http://www.iceav.co.nz email@example.com +64-9-4142348
The bulbs do not always look broken when dead. You say it is used often. The life of a bulb is around 1400 hours I believe. This normally equates to a year or two depending on your usage levels. Did you notice your image getting dimmer in the months before it stopped working? This would be a good sign it was in need of replacement. Are the lights flashing very rapidly or blinking slowly? If they are flashing very rapidly this indicated the bulb will not fire and needs replacing.
How to reset the operation time meter Plug in the power cord, switch on the projector, and reset lamp time by pressing the (left and right arrow) and POWER buttons on the control panel simultaneously. Important: • If the 3 buttons was not pressed at the same time, the lamp time may not be reset. • Please confirm the TEMP indicator illuminates about 2 seconds and the lamp time has been reset. • The projector will not turn on if you do not secure the lamp lid. • You must reset the operation time meter after you replace the lamp. • Do not reset the operation time meter unless the lamp has been replaced.