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Hello The Lamp Model number to your Sony projector is [LMP-P260]. to replace the almp, proceedings are there on page (38) of its user manual. If you haven't its user manual with you now, send your email address to me by Fixya comment box. I've the user manual to your projector in PDF format, and I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. OK.
Here is a list of error codes for your unit: 12 Software bug. Contact dealer/factory. 13 Flash memory corrupted. Download new software. 14 Engineering only programming is complete. Call Christie, replace TIPM. 15 Attempting to download code without being in boot mode 16 Invalid interrupt. Power off/on. If it persists, contact dealer/factory. 17 Forced boot mode. Keys held down too long. 18 Attempting to program boot mode without jumper LAMP FAILURES 21 Lamp compartment too hot 25 Lamp 1 not installed 26 Lamp 1 Interlock: door open, lamp not installed 27 Unable to turn lamp 1 ON 28 Lamp 1 shut off unexpectedly 29 Lamp 1 driver overheated 2A Lamp 1 driver operation error (e.g. too hot can’t start) 2C Lamp 1 driver UART communications failure 30 Lamp 2 not installed 31 Lamp 2 door open 32 Unable to turn lamp 2 ON (unknown reason) 33 Lamp 2 shut off unexpectedly 34 Lamp 2 driver overheated 35 Lamp 2 driver reports operation error (e.g. too hot can’t start) 36 Lamp 2 driver UART communications failure 37 Lamp Watchdog Tripped – Unless lamps turn on again after 3 minutes, assume software hung.
Absolutely. The circuitry can "short out" on the controller boards.
A Pelican watertight case or similar is your best best.
They're not too expensive... but a new projector is more expensive.
Here's their site with different models available.
Actually both the filter cover and lamp covers have a long straight plastic part which is inserted in small hole. At the end of the holes are micro switches. When you fit the filter cover this switch is pressed and projector knows that it is ok to turn on. Similarly if lamp cover is loose the micro switch is not fully pressed resulting in this message. Tightening it presses the micro swith and the indication vanishes. In your case if plastic parts are intact, lamp cover screw is fully tight, filter is clean and properly seated with a click sound, then may be some micro switch has malfunctioned and you have no option but to take the projector to some qualified repariman.