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Lamp failure projector went blank on screen and shwed lamp failure. Could not turn off. I unpugged and restarted it and it worked fine . Do I need to replace lamp?

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  • drgmark Jan 14, 2009

    Exact same problem intermittently. Will display lamp failure, but if unplugged momentarily, it will reset and turn on again.

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Lamp duty cycle is approx 2300 hours and you know how since long this projector is working with you.

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