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This depends on the signal type coming from your sources
best is using component signal ( Y-Pr-Pb) , by using the right cables and right settings for video inputs in the projector menus.In basic this should be possible.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't power up
Hi, The owners manual says that if the red light is flashing, it is an indicator that it is ready to be turned on (use remote or onboard on button); flashing red & green - too high temperature inside, the unit is overheated. Check and clean the air filters; If the red light is steady, abnormal condition and you have to call for service. A copy of your manual is available at http://www.eiki.com/resources/resourcedownload.ashx?filename=/ownersmanuals/om_xb25_20_sb20.pdf Hope this be of some help. Pls post again how things turn up. good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
check the following :
1.does the lamp glow
2.do u get the connected image
3.if yes does the screen show temperature or overheat
4.if yes then one of the cooling fans do not work properly & hence the unit turns to standby & goes into protection
if no 1 does not happen, then check the lamp physically,it should not show melted or breakage.
if the lamp seems ok, then the ballast is defective!
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
It sounds like it is overheating. Are the fans all working? If so, try opening the casing and blowing all the dust out with a can of air from Staples/Office Depot. If the fans aren't working you may need to replace them.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Check your filter and make sure the projector is well ventilated ( all vents free of objects), all electronics have to cool. Some lamps start flickering when their about to die.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Please check on of these solutions :
1:Remove the lamp from the projector. Ensure that it has no cracks, discoloration or "smoky" appearance.
2:Try removing and reseating the lamp, or to try another lamp.
3:Reset your lamp timer. Most projectors have no way of knowing if you physically have replaced your lamp. They rely on the user resetting the lamp timer
4:Pull the lamp back out of the unit, give is a brisk shake and reseat the lamp. Occasionally there is some buildup on the lamp contacts or filament during manufacturing.
5:Are the input and output vents blocked or obstructed in any way?
6:Are the filters dirty or clogged? Most manufacturers will recommend filter cleaning on a monthly basis depending on usage
7:Remove any extension cords, power strips and/or surge suppressors. Many current model projectors will not even try to ignite the lamp if they detect drops or fluctuation in voltage supplied to the unit. This is a safety feature to reduce stress on the lamp.
PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO RATE !
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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