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When I turn it on, both the temp and the lamp lights flash and the projector shuts down.

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Hi Anonymous,

Try using the computer without the projector and see if it works fine. Also you may want to try connecting the projector to a known good compatible computer to check if the same issue happens. Depending upon your response I can check and help you further.

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It sounds like either the bulb has gone bad or the high voltage igniter has gone bad, they take around 5kv to start the bulb then run at around 60v continuous, look into the projector lense in the dark if you see the bulb flash but not catch chances are your bulb is at the end of life

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