Question about Sony VPL-ES1 Multimedia Projector
I have tested power cable. Projector will not take power and not activate red standby power led. I do not have a remote. Have cleaned dust filters regularly. Dust/lamp covers sitting correctly. Any suggestions are appreciated. Cheers
1, the lamp is ok
2,the lamp ballast is ok
3,seems that the power supply or mother board is defective
it is a little hard to test them. any help ,Pls contact me
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Posted on Mar 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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
These instructions are for a Sony Cineza VPL HS3, but may be the same for the HS3.
1st thing to check - is the cover properly/completely closed - this can stop the projector from working.
Connect the power and set the projector to standby mode.
Press these buttons on the remote control in this order, for less than 5 seconds each.
Reset - Left Arrow - Right Arrow - Enter
This is required, to reset the lamp timer.
Also, something I found interesting from the internet - lamp life isn't when the bulb dies, but when a bulb has lost 10% of its brightness - so you might well be able to reset the timer and get much more use from the bulb - the image just wont be as bright.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
Have you tried the following:
Connect the power cord and turn the projector to standby mode.
Press the following keys on the remote commander in the following order for
less than five seconds each: RESET, <,>, ENTER.
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