Question about Sanyo PLC-XP200L Projector
The projector seems to be delivering about 4-4.5K ansi lumens although the lamp is switched to full power. Swapping the lamp does not solve the problem. The projector originated in the US. It may have something to do with auto voltage selection etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sanyo plc se15 no light output
i all,hoping you can help with my problem.Ihave been given a sanyo plc
se15 projectoe but with no lamp originally,the "lamp"indicator and
"lamp replace indicator"were originally lit but when i have installed a
new(23hrs use previously) lamp i have no light output and these 2
indicators are still lit! what voltage should i have on the lamp
terminals(i a fully qualified electrician btw) is there some sort of
reset procedure as i dont have any instructions etc
thanks in advance for any help
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
The Fix Ya rep suggested that I try the "Reset" button located next to the Audio out on the side of the projector; this solution proved to be the fix I needed. I was able to get the lamps to warm up and get into the menu to cut back the bulbs/power consumption on start-up, allowing the projector to function for a problem-free 4 hour period Unfortunately, I had the same issue this morning, but the same fix worked again.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
check the follwoing :
check lamp physically for melted filament, white deposits on filament/ reflector, if so change lamp
if lamp looks perfect, the ballast needs to be replaced, also check for fans if they are running fine
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
SOURCE: sanyo plc-sw30 i have a
The uProcessor thinks that it has overheated and is frantically trying to cool down what it thinks is a hot lamp.
This condition has many causes from an exhausted lamp to lamp ballast fault or even a power supply fault or a heat sensor/fan fault.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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