Question about Sanyo PLC XF10NZ Multimedia Projector
Hi there, there are only a couple of things that can go wrong when you fit a re.placement lamp. I would suggest removing the new lamp you have just fitted and reseat it, making sure that everything is how it should be. The fact that you have not mentioned the lamp life warning light being on makes me think that the projector is certainly detecting a new bulb, it all depends what system it uses. After you have reconnected everything, try turning on the main power switch and then hold down the power button to try and reset the projector. If this does not work then it seems likely that you have maybe a faulty bulb, which is not uncommon.
See how you get on with the above
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Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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