Question about Philips ProScreen 4600 Impact Multimedia Projector
If you see light immiting then the bulb is ok.
it is probably the input, ensure the input is correctly selected.
eg video or computer.
connect your signal to the back connecor/s
and then on the remote our contol panel select that as your output to the screen.
it may take a while to warm up to get a image on the screen.
also when turning off do not unplug, use the off switch on the remote or control panel so it can
cool the bulb, this helps it last longer. then unplug when the fan has stopped.
I hope this was useful
Posted on May 23, 2011
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