Question about Toshiba TDP-T9 DLP Projector
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the following on your laptop.
Right click on your desktop , go to properties and settings - check if your resolution of the PC is the same as that of your Projector. i.e. 800x600 or 1024x768
Also check that your secondary monitor is attached / activated.
If the signal stil won't pick up - hold down the Fn ( function button) left of your spacebar and press in your F-row of buttons the one with 2 screens on it. ( differs from brand and model )
Hope this helps you and good luck with your class tomorrow !
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
The reason why the projector is shutting off is so the lamp doesn't explode. It's more of a safety feature on the projector, you can reset the lamp and it might work for another 500hours. If the picture is still pretty bright I can get you the reset procedure, but be warn that when the lamp does eventually blow it could shatter the glass inside, so be careful, it shouldn't hurt the unit.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
SOURCE: Toshiba TDP-T90 projector, lamp
I have the same problem. The lamp cover has a tab that sticks up about 1/2 inch. When you close the lamp cover the tab presses on a wire that allows power to the lamp. You can hear a 'click' as you close the cover slowly. My tab kept bending over preventing it from depressing the wire. I've straightened it several times to where now it broke off to where it wouldn't work at all.
I fixed the problem by clipping off the tab, inserting it in the bulb case to press the wire and taped the tab in place.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
The color wheel has failed in youtr projector. There are 4 pieces of glass in the color wheel which fit togeter in a "pie" formation and they are red, blue, yellow & clear. This wheel is spun by a motor. The glass is glued to the motor's hub, and, when it fails the glass segments are thown off the hub. This gives you a B&W picture because all of the light is allowed to shine through the optics all of the time. Replace the color wheel with Toshiba part no: 23125963. It will be about $65. No soldering is involved, just use care with the ribbon cable to the motor. You will need a no. 2 phillips screwdriver and a set of jeweles screwdrivers to do this.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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