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Lamp/cover Machine won`t start. Lamp/cover is blinking

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SOURCE: lamp/cover light blinking

try changing the tube lamp, lamp period life has expired, it had been used for  500 hours or more and reached it's life period. you can get the new one for about $ 150

 

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Posted on Oct 18, 2007

tvtechnician
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SOURCE: Both the LAMP/COVER and FAN/TEMP indicator lights come on, not blinking

with both lights solid. according to the manual all it says is (there is an electrical failure inside the unit, please take to an authorized servicer). if you are able to do this yourself you will need the schematics and a voltmeter to start testing your voltages. your lamp is fine so dont waste your money replacing that anymore. if you would like the service manual send me an email to fixya@markservicepro.com.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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SOURCE: Lamp/Cover Error

I had the same problem with a "Sony VPL-ES3" projector. The lamp cover light would flash and the projector wouldn't turn on.
I think its a problem with a filter cover. This fixed the problem for me: 

  1. Plug out the projector
  2. Click off the filter at the bottom of the projector.
  3. Plug the projector back in. (the lamp cover light should flash)
  4. Plug the projector out again.
  5. Put the filter cover back on.
  6. Plug the projector in again and it should work fine.
This has worked for me every time I have had this problem. 

Posted on May 23, 2008

busgeek79
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SOURCE: Lamp cover light flashes even with new lamp

Look closely by the cover there is a small sensor there, could be a pice of dirt and door not completely closing get a cleanpaint brush or little brush and clean area..Good Luck

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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SOURCE: my Sony VPL-ES3 lamp/cover is blinking. Please

Bulb has gone. And wil cost about £200 to replace, could be time for a new projector

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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