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NO DISPLAY How do i replace ballast? Thanks

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    Ballast is apparently bad. How do I replace it?



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First, let us know what type of projector you have.

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Looks, like one of your temperature sensors has been damaged. May be due to severe overheating by old lamp. Or: the lamp could be improperly installed. Heats up, then connections to ballast fail, lamp quit working. Next possible cause: did you clean air filter? Vacuumed or blow fans with compressed air? Another possibility: If there was not a significant dust accumulation inside of lamp compartment, the ballast board itself can be at fault. In any case, unit might behave the way it does now. Also: have you reset the lamp timer? In projectors, they won't just give you annoying message via "on screen display". It might think, that you never replaced the lamp, just took it out and put back in. You must reset the lamp timer first. The procedure could be in owner's manual or come with OEM replacement lamp. Generics or "bare" lamps might lack that note. Panasonic wants to stay in a business!
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Hi cvijr

This can only one of two things - the lamp or the Ballast ( lamp's powersupply )

Normally the PB6100/6200 lamp's has got markings on the lamp itself when this flickering occurs.

Take out the lamp by unscrewing the lamp door at the bottom. Then look for any vein like looking marks in either black or white. Or even a bubble at the bottom end of the lamp's shaft.

If you can spot anything out of order , then the lamp will need replacement.

If not , then you'll know for sure that it is the Ballast that is in need of either repair or replacement.

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Ballast :5D.J8612.011

Lamp : 60.J8618.CG1

Hope this is of help and thanks for using Fixya !

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