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Image brightness Image is not as bright as it used to be. Is my bulb about to go? Do I need a new one? Is there a log in the projector that tells how many hours this bulb has been in use?

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Go into the menu under service and status and check the lamp hours. the lamp is good for 2000 hours.

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