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Sony vpl es7

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Check the lamp first

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Sony VPL-ES7 projector boots up after few seconds switches off, with a red light flashing severally on the power button. Please what could be the problem because i have serviced the projector!!!!


Check the fan connections, one might not be connected right if you have just serviced it. Switching off with a flashing red light usually indicates a fan error.
Also is there a sequence to the flashes? e.g, 4 flashes and pause?
some manufacturers have a fault code table for the amount of flashes.

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I forgot my password for my Sony VPL-ES7 projector. please help me?


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience.
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Hello.. My projector came on minutes ago now the light is just blinking. Can you please help? I have a Sony vpl-es7


You might check the following:

* signal is going to the input. If not, does the menu come up?
* air flow is ok. Projectors don't run well if they are hot and can't breathe

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Why the remote for Sony VPL-ES7 projector won't change the slides but it will turn the projector off and on?


Have you connected the USB cable to your laptop so that the Sony remote can act as a mouse? Did the laptop respond by loading drivers?

Sep 04, 2014 | Sony VPL-ES7 LCD Projector

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Suddenly power off


check the lamp please,
to replace it with a new lamp,to check it
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Mar 13, 2014 | Sony VPL-ES7 LCD Projector

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My Sony VPL-ES7 LCD remote control is missing but the control panel is locked. what should i do


you can unlock it only by using remote control
remote control ,unit price is USD20
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Feb 18, 2014 | Sony VPL-ES7 LCD Projector

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The screen says frequency out of range and there is no picture on the screen.


lower the screen resolution of the comupter until the picture appears

Apr 06, 2011 | Sony VPL-ES7 LCD Projector

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After about two minutes, the projector automatically shuts off.


check that all vents are clear and that the fans are working, it maybe a self protect feature when it detects over heating and automatically shuts off

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