Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Take the cover off of the projector. Check the plug where the lamp plugs into. This can become unseated and not allow the projector lamp to strike. The clicking you are hearing is most likely electrical arcing within that connector. Reseat the connector and you should be good to go. While you are at it remove all of the dust buildup if any. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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1. Turn-off the device by pressing the "ON/STANDBY" and unplug the power cord
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