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Hi, this is probably related to a sensor error of some sort but your device appears to be specialised so support from the manufacturer's website/premises is probably the best option.
A web search produced very little about Dukane at all I am afraid.
Put the projector on. While holding down the Menu key on the projector, press and hold down the Menu button on the remote. Keep both buttons pressed for a count of at least 5 seconds.
When the Service Menu pops up, release the Menu button on the remote control first and then the one on the projector after.
Now you're in to the service menu, you need to find out which button on the remote brings up the Lamp Timer Reset function. This is where you're going to have to do a bit of trial and error. With the TVs, the remote button was the Mute key. There isn't a Mute key on the projector remote, so try the Lamp key first. If that doesn't work then try some other buttons. Here's the method.
While holding down the Enter/OK on the projector, press and hold the Lamp key for five second. If this works then the lamp timer reset box should appear. Release the remote button first, followed by the unit button.
Press Enter/OK on the remote to reset the lamp timer. If there's an On Screen Prompt to confirm, press Enter again.
Press Exit on the remote to come out of the menus.
Warning: Don't reset or change any other functions. The service menu isn't the place to be tinkering around with stuff you don't understand.
It does not sound like resetting the lamp timer is what is keeping the projector from throwing an image. Try walking through the steps of the installation backwards to remove the bulb completely. Then reinstall the bulb again from scratch making sure everything is seated properly. If it powers up again just remember to set the clock back on the bulb.
If the timer has not been reset telling the unit it has a new lamp you will get that message. Call a servicer to find out how to reset the timer if you don't have the owners manual. If the message continues after that you will need to purchace a new lamp. There are problems that accur with some aftermarket lamps.
After replacement of lamp, turn on TV, press and hold Volume Down button on TV front and press and hold Split/ Play button on TV remote at same time for 6 seconds. That will reset lamp timer and confirmation display will come at TV screen. Above info are also available in original Panasonic replacement Lamp box.