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Please be informed that the average lifespan of a projector's lamp is around 2000 hours. The light bulb is almost certainly the problem. The best solution would be to change the bulb. The easiest way to do that is to change the lamp assembly (fresh bulb is in the new assembly). You may also try resetting the unit. Turn the unit off, then physically remove the power cord. wait for about 10-15 seconds then start it back again. If this did not work, please replace the lamp.
You very well could have problem with the Ballast board that powers Lamp or your Lamp Fan maybe defective and if you need orinagnal hand unit for set Call Encompass Parts Distrubtion or Go to their website type in Model number they will list Parts /Prices for your model.
1-800-638-3328 Mats Electronics also sells handunits .To reset timer
Hold VOL- on front of TV and Menu on hand unit at same time for 5secs
if this does not work try it in reverse Hold Menu down on TV and Vol- on hand unit. Check your Lamp Fan see if it quits running while turning set on,if it starts and stops it is defective, other wise Follow wires that Lamp plugs into it will connect to Ballast board that powers Lamp CK it Problem M/B Ballast Board.
How to reset the operation time meter Plug in the power cord, switch on the projector, and reset lamp time by pressing the (left and right arrow) and POWER buttons on the control panel simultaneously. Important: • If the 3 buttons was not pressed at the same time, the lamp time may not be reset. • Please confirm the TEMP indicator illuminates about 2 seconds and the lamp time has been reset. • The projector will not turn on if you do not secure the lamp lid. • You must reset the operation time meter after you replace the lamp. • Do not reset the operation time meter unless the lamp has been replaced.
The Epson Powerlite 7300's lamp has got a chip on the side of the lamp's bracket that resets the lamp timer automatically when a new lamp is inserted. And it only does it once - first time the unit is switched on after replacing with a new lamp.
The fuse on this chip blows and causes the lamp timer to be reset. Unfortunatelly this is the only way to reset the lamp timer on this model. There is no manual way.
So to cutt to the chase , you will have to buy the original lamp and replace it before it will reset.
Well, If you are pushing the power button beside the lens and the fans speed up but no light is on hte lights might of gone out as of now i have the same projector no one has a replacement bulb but if the fans just go steady and does not speed up when you power it on the there night be a problem with the button try the remote if you have it otherwise it just might be the bulb,
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