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My Sanyo PLV-Z4 has had a replacement bulb (twice in case it was a bulb malfunction) but still flashes amber to replace the bulb and closes down immediately. How can I reset the bulb timer if it won't even turn on in the first instance?

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Remove the screws that have the -> symbol, carefully remove the top cover, then at the bottom right side, if your lense is pointing away from you, is a little switch, that you push down, its circular.
Push that down, and then put everything back, and it should power up

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

  • daPhD May 16, 2011

    Thanks for the post. The following details are a little more helpful in the process:

    1 - Remove the three screws with the arrow indicators from the bottom of the unit.
    2 - Remove the three screws from the input side of the unit (1 of the screws is shorter so be sure to replace it in the same spot)
    3 - Slide the top cover of the unit up, careful because there are a group of wires connected to it
    4 - There is a black button with a white top in the bottom right quadrant of the PJ (assuming the unit is facing away from you), it has 2 wires connected to it
    5 - Press the button and hear a soft click
    6 - The thermostat has now been reset
    7 - Replace the cover and screws and enjoy.

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