Question about Multimedia Projectors
I have an old Infocus LP335 DLP projector that I am trying to debug. The lamp is not firing and the spark switch gap is clicking and sparking when it trys. Perhaps the spark switch gap is bad and needs replacement or is this a sign of a bad lamp? Thanks in advance
It could be the lamp. I have seen this many times on DLP'S. If the ballast is firing it which is usually around 600 volts or so, then i would say it is fine, and only needs a lamp. Let me know if that helped you. Later Jay
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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