Question about Optoma DX605 Multimedia Projector
Just from your description, the problem sounds like a "ballast" problem. That's the circuit that controls the lamp. It initially ignites the lamp and then keeps it burning. Just to be sure, remove the lamp and inspect it. There should be no dark spots on it or bulges, etc. Since you have a new lamp, chances are low that it would be bad--if possible, return to where you got it from and test your projector with a known-good lamp. Classic ballast failure symptoms are just what you described...Is the projector under warranty?? Normally the ballast is over 100 to several hundred dollars depending on make, model, etc...Rick
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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