PROXIMA SV1+ POWERS ON BUT NO LAMP?? HAVE GOOD LAMP
HELLO I HAVE 4 OF THESE AND THEY ALL DID THE SAME THING,,
POWER BUT NO LAMP I SWAPED THE WORKING LAMP AND NO GOOD PLEASE HELP........I WAS ABLE TO GET ONE TO WORK AFTER A GUY STATED HE REPLACED THE LAMP BALLIST BUT THAT ONE THE COLOR RED WAS ONLY COLOR IT WOULD PROJECT IN AND I DID CHECK THE SETTING NOW I HAVE NO POWER TO LAMP ANY MORE AND YES ITS GOING BACK PLEASE HELP...THANK YOU.
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Time to replace the lamp of you projector.Lighting up of the orange light indicates that. All the projectors comes with self disorganizingprogram. if there is any complaintexcept power supply that will indicated by the projector by its self disorganizing system.
switch OFF the projector for some time. then power it ON. if picture come then first of all reset the lamp hour timer. To do the same do the follwing
1. Press the menu button and press rear click button or select button
2. Select settings press the rear click or select button
3. On setting display select Lamp age and press the rear click or select button
4. Move the arrow to Yes and press the rear click select button
OK will displayed and wait for your conformation
5. Move the arrow to Yes and press the rear click or select button
if there is no picture when you switch on the projector then go for a new lamp. you hve to do the reset procedure after replacing the lamp. It is alwaysrecommended the you should reset the lamp hour only after replacing the lamp.
if you take the lamp door off, pay attention to the "peg" on the lamp door to see where it depresses the safety switch. if you look it is a silver metal lever that this peg pushes in. plug the unit in and find something no conductive to push and hold the lever in. while holding the lever in push the power button. if the unit powes up then that means the lamp door has distortion from the heat of the lamp. you can try to find another lamp door, or you can get creative and find a way to meld some more plastic to the length of the "peg".
From what you describe, it sounds like a fan isn't working. When you turn on a projector, it will go through a quick self test--checking that everything is operating correctly. Some of the fans send out a signal to the main board telling it that they are running. If no signal is received, the board senses this and auto-shut down occurs to protect the unit from heat damage. The errant fan could be spinning but the computer pulse might not be being generated. It will require a tech to find this out.