In your post you said: "I have the same exact problem. My projector powers on fine, and thestandby light turns green. The lamp powers on for about 2 seconds, thenit shuts off. After another 2 seconds, the "lamp" led blinks red once,then the projector goes into standby mode, and the fan turns on."
I have the exact same problem. Did you find the solution to this?
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Your projector need replacement of lamp unit if you don't want yet you just reset the lamp counter
Power on projector
press MENU key
Press right arrow key to select Option
Press down arrow key to select lamp Hours
Press and hold down the ENTER key 5 second (lamp hour counter show red)
press POWER button to turns off the projector
now you power on your projector and no error displaed and no itself turn off after 15 minutes
If your projector won't fire up then you can't reset the lamp counter so that is not the problem.
The combination of LEDs you have given does not correspond to an error message. There should be two LEDs, one of which is the Lamp Indicator, and the other is the Temp Indicator.
It's possible that an overheating problem has caused this. Make sure the projector is in an area where the temprature is between 0 °C (32 °F) and 40 °C (104 °F) and the humidity is between 20% and 80% (with no condensation). It shopuld have unobstructed air flow around it.
Disconnect the power. Remove the lamp and place it aside. Clean the air filters, using a hoover, being careful not to damage the filter which is located on the underside at the front of the projector under a flap.
Carefully reinstall the lamp (when you say you replaced the lamp, did you buy a new PANASONIC lamp from a reputable source?) Try to fire up the projector. Note down any combination of LEDs if the projector doesn't work and post hem back here.