Question about Dell 5100MP Multimedia Projector
Unit gives message that it's overheating. You cannot even turn it off when this message appears. I'd like to clean the filter, if there is one. How involved is disassembly of projector?
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The first link is to the troubleshoot part of the user guide. Look for your symptoms in there and try the fix. The first video is one I made on how to take the projector apart. The second video is one I made showing how I fixed a fan failure.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
SOURCE: the 4100mp dell projector will
Try to reset the lamp hour of your projector. For that do the following.
1. power on the projector.
2. Press the menu button
3. select lamp settings
4. Select lamp reset
5. Select yes to reset the lamp hour.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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