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ViewSonic PJD5134 DLP projector shut down automatically

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SOURCE: Viewsonic PJ513DB DLP Projector projects upside down

Double check which menu item you are expecting to find the orientation. It might even be under 'image', 'settings', or its own button not in the menu, Jon.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: VIEW SONIC PROJECTOR IS NOT STARTING UP

Sounds like it needs a new bulb

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: my viewsonic pj400 projector switches itself off

hello

i have the same problem, a clear image, the the projector shuts down, turn the fan on, and "lamp" blinks.

i returned my projector to viewsonic service center, they told me to change the lamp.

the problem is that a lamp is very expensive!

HudgeFR

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: We have two Dell 2400mp DLP projectors that will

I just got done talking with Dell, they told me to unplug everything from the projector, power source and all. Then Press and hold the power button down for 45 seconds. This will disapate the electricity from the capacitors. Plug everything back in, and test. Seem to wook for me!! Good Luck

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Viewsonic PJ558D

You need to reset the lamp timer. This is likely your problem since you changed the lamp.
Turn the projector on. open the menu. Go to advanced. Scroll down to the first option which should be auto source. Make sure this option is checked. While on this option press right once, left twice, right 3 times, then left 4 times. Another menu will appear. Scroll to lamp time and push enter. This will take it back to zero.

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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