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Reset the lamp hours as follows. Press the Exit button on the projector for 3 seconds to display the total used lamp time. Press the MENU button on the projector during the lamp hour message. An adjustment message will appear. Press left or right arrow to reset lamp hours or press EXIT to leave.
Hi, there are two methods for doing this, one is through the menu and the other is by holding buttons to reset the whole unit's settings. Method 1:1: Plug in the projector and turn it on.2: Press Select [info] 3: Press Lamp Timer Reset4: Reset the lamp indication. Method 2:1: Place the projector in Standby mode.2: Hold the SOURCE and ASPECT button for at least 5 seconds, make it 10 to be sure.3: This will reset the system including the lamp hour timer and take you back to 0. Hope this works out well for you, Let me know if you have any further problems. Paul
try resetting the lamp timer. if that doesn't work: listen for a high pitched whir when you power it on. if you don't hear it, the colorwheel needs replacing. if you do hear it and it doesn't light, the ballast is bad and needs replacing.
connect the laptop with projector and power up the projector and select the input 'computer' now start the laptop. the Projector will automatically detect the signal. secondly also chek with the display setting set to 800x600 then check with higher resolution.
The Projector will turn off after so many hours of running the same bulb module. The counter will turn on a replace bulb LED. Installing the new bulb module should reset the counter and turn off the LED.
Check the projector’s lamp to ensure that it is securely connected in the lamp module. Make sure by removing it and reinserting it.
Check the cables for problems.
When testing, power up in this order. Projector, Computer monitor, Computer.
A minor power surge may cause the lamp to shut off. Turn the projector off, wait at least 30 seconds, then turn it back on.
I actually fixed this myself!!!! Same thing, new bulb, fans work, turn on for first 20 seconds or so, see HP splash screen and then it shuts down. Try below....It worked for me.
Here's the fix: Take off the top cover of the projector. Unplug the wire leading from the two fans in the back of the unit to one of the circuit boards in front of you. Just trace one wire from fan to board. Unplug at board. Turn unit on and it will again turn on, show HP splash screen and then shut down, like it should, because the fans are now disabled. After it completly shuts down, plug the fan wire back into the board. Turn the unit back on and, presto, its working again. It will not turn off.