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I have a Mitsubishi HC3800 and at least once a day while watching a movie a 6" wide plaid vertical line will appear on the left side of the screen. If I turn of the projector and restart it, the prob

I have always run the lamp on low power and it still has about 2500 hrs left of the 5000 hrs the lamp is rated for.

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You need to reset the operation time meter. To do this, you must press the left and right arrows + the power button simultaneously.

Posted on Oct 02, 2007

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This sounds like an overheat issue and requires return under warrantee.

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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Hello toma_leonard,

First check your lamp to make sure it is seated properly in the socket.
Then check all of your interlocks (see your manual for locations), these are usually located on any hatches or doors that allow access to the lamp and or fan area. Once you check your interlocks make sure the filter and fan area is clear of dust, (some projectors have air flow sensors), and the recheck the interlocks. Once this is done , If the interlocks are not broken, or the lamp fuse blown, the projector should be working. If not it is the lamp that needs changing.

I know this may be expensive, however these lamps do go bad, as much as we wish they would not.

If you still feel it is not the lamp, have a technician check the voltage levels to the lamp and the levels of the control board circuitry.

I hope this helps,

Thank you,

Shuttle83

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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It may be the beginning of convergence failure. IF so, it will eventually fail totally and you will be faced with a $400 repair.

But, could be something less severe. I cannot guess precisely because there are many possibilities and only way to tell would be taking voltage and other measurements in search thereof.

It could, for example, be the convergence lines crosstalking into the video signal. Transistor switch somewhere in the system may need changing. It would require testing to find out.

If you do have an extended warranty policy it should be covered under that, so check that angle out before the police expires.
It will be a convergence issue, probally needs green convergence board repaired/replaced

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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Hold right left and power all at the same time and it will reset...

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Found some relevant info on how to adjust your video settings... You might want to give it a try!

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