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THE LAMP LIFE IS LESS THAN 250 HOURS. IT IS NOWHERE NEAR 1500 HOURS

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If you get no light, clean out the projector of dust with canned air. overheating from excessive dust blows lamp quickly. now replace the lamp. if still no light, replace the ballast.

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I have a Kodak Ektagraphic with no model listed on it at all. How can I find a replacement bulb, all I can find look wrong.


Supplied with 82V, 300W EXR lamp Projection Lamps Quartz-halogen 82 V projection lamps- Here is service manual link http://resources.kodak.com/support/pdf/en/manuals/slideProj/manual/ektagraphic_sm.pdf Several different Models all say EXR 300W As CORRECT Bulb : EXR, 300 W (35-hour lamp life at full lamp/medium-brightness) Sampling of other lamps: EXY (200 hours/less brightness) EXW (15 hours/maximum brightness) FHS (70 hours/medium brightness) Use combinations of lamp brightness, plus half- and full-lamp settings to approximate image brightness in multi-projector presentations. Lamp Tips • Projector operation on line voltages above 125 volts greatly reduces the lamp life. • Unplug the projector before changing the lamp. • Allow for unrestricted flow of air to the exhaust vent to prolong lamp life. • Gently wipe off any fingerprints with a soft cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol.

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Lamp failure in WD-52525


i actually own this tv myself... that striking you here will only occur when the lamp does not fire. as far as lamp life i have found that mitsubishi has the longest lasting bulbs from my experience. i would check to make sure the connector on the lamp is seated properly into the other connector in the tv. if you know your lamp is 100% i would look at replacing the lamp ballast. ive had this tv for a few yrs now and love it.

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Why does the lamp shut off on the Panasonic PT-AE1000E Projector within 1 minute of starting?


1,Check the fans ,whether the fan is running,when you turn on the projector
2,if the fans run, then ,check the lamp or lamp ballast

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Lamp life for this model is 2 years or 2000 hours, less if a non Mitsubishi lamp is used, sounds like a bad lamp.

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Sanyo PLV-55WHD1 picture too dark


It may be the lamp itself, some will dim just before failing.

Average life is 2000 hours or two years for OEM lamps and much less for generic ones.

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The "lamp" light keeps blinking red. Does this


The lamp life becomes 0%, when used
for approximately 4,000 hours with "Eco
Mode" or when used for approximately
2,000 hours with "Standard Mode" (see
page 43).
When the remaining lamp life becomes
5% or less, " " (yellow) will be displayed
on the screen. When the percentage becomes
0%, " " will change to " " (red),
the lamp will automatically turn off and
then the projector will automatically enter
the standby mode. At this time, the
lamp indicator will illuminate in red.
If you try to turn on the projector a fourth
time without replacing the lamp, the projector
will not turn on.
If you require the manual to help with changing the bulb, send me an email to LBrown18062@hotmail.com Put SHARP PG-B10S in the subject line. I will send it to you right away. Lawrence Brown

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I want to find out the life expectancy of the bulb (lamp) that comes with the Optoma projector model VDDVGG


We tracked it when we first bought ours. The lamps go anywhere from 800 to 1200 hours. First, I don't think the manufacturing process is very consistent so they very a lot. Also, it seems the more you turn them on/off the shorter the life. If you use for longer periods, then they last more hours.

You might be able to get 2000 hours out of one if you just leave it on without turning it off but that is a waste too.

-Mark

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I have a 65" Mistubishi WD - 65734 and have no


Yes,"LAMP" LED light indication front of tv bazel frame is on or blinking,yes mean tv projection lamp life are over.The whole tv warrenty only for a year,tv projection lamp should last at leat 1 1/2 or 2 years,by tv been on and watches used it like 4 or 5 hours daily?U never done tv replacement parts,any kinds before?Yes,hire a tv Tech. to do it.Shop around for a Tv tech.should replaced the projection lamp for u shoud be around $250 to $300 that including part the projection lamp.

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My sharpvison z9000u is not powering up bulb was used less than 1000 hours


Hi There Sounds like a lamp has died. The technical lamp hour spec life is only a manufacturers "up to xxx hours" and not what you will achieve in actual life.
If you want we are able to supply lamps as we ship internationally, @ $US335 for a SharpVision Z9000u Regards Kevin Andreassend http://www.digitaldaytime.com iceavtech@gmail.com +64-9-414 2348

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Sony cineza vpl hs51 projector won't project


Something I found interesting from the internet - lamp life isn't when the bulb dies, but when a bulb has lost 10% of its brightness - so you might well be able to reset the timer and get much more use from the bulb - the image just wont be as bright.

The lamp may not have been changed - just the timer reset - How many hours has the lamp really done - 1000, 3000, 5000?
If you know that the hours are genuine, then was the quartz bulb contaminated with a touch of oil from skin contact?
This will substantially shorten lamp life, due to the quartz going milky and opaque.
The easiest way to check, is to pull the lamp and have a look at the bulb.

If need be replace the lamp and reset the lamp timer.

These instructions are for a Sony Cineza VPL HS3, but may be the same for the HS51
1st thing to check - is the cover properly/completely closed - this can stop the projector from working.
Connect the power and set the projector to standby mode.
Press these buttons on the remote control in this order, for less than 5 seconds each.
Reset - Left Arrow - Right Arrow - Enter

Dec 07, 2008 | Sony Projector Lamp for VPL-HS51

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