My project has two little lights that blink.. One looks like a heat and one a bulb light. I purchased a new bulb, replaced it, and it still does the same thing. The power comes on, the big blue power button is lit up, but the light never shines. The store I purchased it from, no longer sells them. What else could be the problem?
I answered this question many times. This is caused by a failed color wheel sensor. It faile gradually, first the lamp flickers, sometimes go dim for no good reason. Finally the lamp will not strike and you will get two red warning lights. I am factory trained and I stock the redesigned senor.
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Do you get lights? are they blinking? The number of blinks will tell you what is wrong if you go to the manufactures site and pull up the manual. (It may be a combination of lights instead of blinking lights)
Bad bulb-check to see if the little wire inside is whole, just like in a lightbulb, look for cracks near the base, or any other sign of breakage.
bulb- inserted improperly?
All panels and doors must be on, and the screws in, for most projectors to do anything..
Check the cord, you should get at least one light if the cord is good.
We had this same problem. In our case it turned out that a little bit of plastic broke off of a tab on the inside of the plastic lamp cover. Without that piece it was not pressing against the sensor that tells the projector that the lamp cover is closed. Without that, it doesn't start. We got it working again by drilling a little hole and sticking a screw through that spot to replace the missing plastic, but I'd rather replace the cover if I could. Really dumb that a little piece of plastic can mess up thousands of dollars worth of equipment (Smartboard 2000i).
Wether it looks blown or not replace it and dont put oil from your fingers on the bulb. Also clean the cooling fans for the bulb and projector (which may mean taking the back off and taking apart projector). Dirt in the projector fans can cause a fault not allowing for the unit to turn on. All the cooling work ins conjunction with a good bulb.
Try resetting the projector by pressing and hold the two Keystone buttons, then turn ON projector. Hold down the two Keystone buttons for 15 seconds, then turn OFF projector.
Turn ON projector, the new lamp should strike.