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No Light from projector (worked previously)

Ready and Lamp LEDs on with power connected. Push On/Off button and fan turns on Lamp LED dims but after a few seconds hear a relay switch and Lamp LED goes back (undims). Ready LED turns off a few seconds later. Fan stays on. After a minute or so fan shuts down and both LEDs are back on. It does not matter what the system is connected to. No light is projected from the projector lamp at any time. No other LEDs are lit (Lamp Replace or Warning Temp).

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    The projector's lamp begins to project when I turn it on and then goes off after some few seconds yet the projector remains powered on that I can hear the noise of the fan.

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Theres prob something wrong wif the bulb

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