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How am i reset time for projector

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Go to menu and choose option. Then choose lamp time or filter time, depending which one you want to reset and keep pressing reset-button for 3 seconds

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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Go to menu and choose option. Then choose lamp time or filter time, depending which one you want to reset and keep pressing reset-button for 3 seconds

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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SOURCE: the projector would not shut down...it was not

if the lamp shuts off and the projector still runs, it's a cool down mode, and will shut off when it reaches a low enough temp. if the lamp doesn't shut off and none of the keys work, the keypad may be faulty. or locked. some projectors have a keypad lock feature that makes it so only the remote can be used. check your manual for keypad lock/unlock.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: my view sonic pj506d projecter fell and now has no color

it is called a color wheel, and you can buy it on-line from the viewsonic website:

http://store.viewsonic.com/html/vsc_ibePPSerialNumSrch.jsp?minisite=11174&site=&respid=52561&language=US

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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