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Go here: https://portal.infocus.com/support/Product%20Pages/downloads.aspx?mic=LP70%2b&on=downloadsthen down load the file then find the text document "D3 D3+ firmware upgrade instructions.pdf" in C:\LP70plus\002-0870-08\I , or where ever you saved it. That will give you the complete instructions on how to upgrade.
I just wanted to clarify a few things,
The initialize procedure is:
power on projector
turn off the projector by pressing
unplug the projector
plug the projector back in
Once the projector has been initialized the factory password is:
"up - right - down - down - left - up - right - down - left" and hit enter
This will allow to then enter in a new password
I hope this helps,
Your projector key panel locked you have two option to operate the projector
1 . Use remote control press MENU the menu window displayed.
use DOWN ARROW key and select SET SETTING.
use DOWN ARROW key to select PANEL KEY LOCK.
press RIGHT ARROW key to OFF the panel key lock
press ENTER and then press MENU key to exit the menu.
now you panel keys are working
2. If you loss your remote control then;
When the key panel lock is ON keeping the power key on the projector key panel pressed for 10 seconds turns the projector ON when it is in standby mode, and turns the projector to standby mode when the power is on. If you keep pressing the MENU key for about 10 seconds when the power is ON, the lock will be released and "panel key lock" is automatically set to OFF.
try resetting the settings to factory default through the menu. if there's still a problem, take the cover off. if you look from the back of the machine, inside on the bottom left, you'll see the main board attached by a large white plug. use something thin and non-metalic to push the bottom of the board towards the plug to tighten it. now do the same to the other side of the plug. this should solve it. if it doesn't, you need to replace the main board.
A tinted image (whether green or another color) is almost always a symptom of a bad or damaged cable - or a loos cable connection. In your case, you'll likely need a new M1 to VGA cable (Part# SP-DVI-A-R).
Assuming that you've made sure that the cable connections are solid at both ends, there is a simple test to verify that this is a cable issue and not a costly projector issue. While the image is tinted green, open the menu. If the menu colors appear fine while the rest of the image is still tinted green it's the cable.
I had a similar problem with an LP70. my fan was sticking.
So I opened bottom cover and pulled out fan cage, there are 2 fans.
you must know which fan not running.
If you found bad one remove paper label(yellow)
you can see 3 small holes.
using wd40 few drops to holes.
then manually turn using your finger cw and ccw few times
you can feel smooth turning now.
then relabeling to hole side.
Now you can enjoy with your projector.