Question about Sanyo PLC XU48 Multimedia Projector
How do I check the lamp hours used on the PLC-XW50 projector? By following the manual - does not work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn projector on and before doing anything else, press and hold the UP arrow on the machine for 30-40 seconds WHILE watching the display screen on the wall - the remaining hours will display only momentarily - if you look away you could miss it. Cheers
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
On the XF-45, you push the "UP" button and then the "Menu" button and hold both of them for approximately 20 seconds. After that you will see a bunch of numbers in the top left hand corner of the screen. Using the Left and Right arrow keys, move the "Group" number until it reads 111. Then using the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through each lamp (0-3).
If you move the "Group" number to 110, you can see total number of hours that socket has run.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
SOURCE: Reset Lamp Hours Timer
Make sure the main power switch is OFF. Hold the "ON", "MENU", and
"VOLUM -" buttons at the same time and turn the main power switch on.
Keep them held until the yellow power standby light comes on, then let
go. It is done.
This works for Toshiba TDP T-9
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
Just had the same problem. Based on other suggestions on here I tried resetting the overheat switch, and IT WORKED!
So, you have to pull the 6 screws (one of them is shorter than the rest, remember where it goes) that hold the top on the projector. 3 are on the back, 3 on the bottom - look for the arrows next to the screws.
Put the projector on it's feet, and pull off the top. The button wires will still be connected, so just hold onto the top and find the black circle/shaft above where the lamp is. The shaft has white paint on the top/tip of it. Push it down with a light amount of force. You should hear/feel it click.
Put top back on, put screws in, and you should be good to go.
Don't forget to reset the lamp replacement counter in the menus.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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