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Turn off the projector, unplug the AC power cord, let it cool for 45 minutes.
remove the screw that holds the lamp cover on.
remove the 2 screws that hold the lamp in. lift the lamp out by the handle.
replace with new lamp and do the reverse.
reset the lamp counter.
press the menu button.
go to setting menu, then to lamp counter, press select button, select reset, select YES. then YES aqain.
hi, check the video inputs. if there is no video input then the projector will goes off after count down. also check that is the lamp replace light lights up or not. if its lights then you have to change the lamp and then reset the lamp hour. ok
Check the iris door, it opens and closes freely. If dust has clogged it up, it will not stay on. Also check the air filter and the fan, if they are dirty, it will shut down as well. If your manual does not show any diagrams of the unit, post a comment and I will look it up. Hope this helps.
unscrew the lamp door on the bottom of the projector, unscrew the lamp, remove the lamp, replace with new lamp, screw in, replace door, turn on, and reset lamp counter (menu-settings-lamp counter reset-yes)..
did you get the bulb from sanyo, or from another company that sells aftermarket bulbs? some of those are cheaply made and malfunction shortly after if they work at all. find your reciept, take it back and get a new one.
The Fix Ya rep suggested that I try the "Reset" button located next to the Audio out on the side of the projector; this solution proved to be the fix I needed. I was able to get the lamps to warm up and get into the menu to cut back the bulbs/power consumption on start-up, allowing the projector to function for a problem-free 4 hour period Unfortunately, I had the same issue this morning, but the same fix worked again.
i all,hoping you can help with my problem.Ihave been given a sanyo plc
se15 projectoe but with no lamp originally,the "lamp"indicator and
"lamp replace indicator"were originally lit but when i have installed a
new(23hrs use previously) lamp i have no light output and these 2
indicators are still lit! what voltage should i have on the lamp
terminals(i a fully qualified electrician btw) is there some sort of
reset procedure as i dont have any instructions etc