Question about Eiki LC-XNB5M projector lamp Projector Lamp
I got Eiki LC-XNB5M projector, wich suddenly stopped working.
When powering on, fans go on, and after few seconds i can hear fan sounds lowering a slightly, light doesnt seem to work, and after while it autoshuts down, propably cos no image etc.
Any advices what could be the problem?
Filters cleaned, lamp connections checked, tried to reset, nothing seems to work..
Used to have it connected to pc. One day it worked, after woked up next day, it suddenly wouldnt work.
New lamp is 200e, but not wise buy if not sure its the lamp.
And lamp replacement counter light hasnt turned on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a heat sensor, i had a same problem, and it turned out to be this dumb thing, if projector get's to heated up it shut's down to save the electrical components from burnig out
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Please check on of these solutions :
1:Remove the lamp from the projector. Ensure that it has no cracks, discoloration or "smoky" appearance.
2:Try removing and reseating the lamp, or to try another lamp.
3:Reset your lamp timer. Most projectors have no way of knowing if you physically have replaced your lamp. They rely on the user resetting the lamp timer
4:Pull the lamp back out of the unit, give is a brisk shake and reseat the lamp. Occasionally there is some buildup on the lamp contacts or filament during manufacturing.
5:Are the input and output vents blocked or obstructed in any way?
6:Are the filters dirty or clogged? Most manufacturers will recommend filter cleaning on a monthly basis depending on usage
7:Remove any extension cords, power strips and/or surge suppressors. Many current model projectors will not even try to ignite the lamp if they detect drops or fluctuation in voltage supplied to the unit. This is a safety feature to reduce stress on the lamp.
PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO RATE !
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
SOURCE: My church has an EIKI
Have a close look at the fan and check if there is a make and model number on it.
If you cant see anything, unscrew the fan and check on the hidden sides.
see what voltage it is. ie 12v dc or 24v dc
Ring the EIKI agent and ask them how much for a replacement rear fan, the EIKI part number, and also if they can supply the manufacturer of it and their part number.
Check that the fan connector is OK, and the socket where it plugs in.
Check that the fan turns freely.
report back what you find
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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