Question about ViewSonic PJ255D DLP Projector
The projector turns off while in use. It doesn't really needto be "too hot". It may be in the first few minutes of use.
Help! We've already had it repaired once before. It sometimes seems to help when the filters are vacuumed very clean. That's the advice we received before.
Any suggestions will be truly appreciated. :D
You've probably replaced your projector since this question is a year old, but I had the same problem. The problem is with bad capacitors. A friend of mine works at a television repair center and was able to replace the bad caps with generic off the shelf replacements. The cost was less than ten dollars and my projector is as good as new.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
What brand is this Projector ?
Check if the unit has a Filter Timer ? If it does have one - check the hours on it and reset it.
If the problem stil occurs or there is no filter timer in the Menu - check that all your fans are running.
Hope this is of help
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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If the problem is what I describe as a blue haze over the entire image projected, I was told this is a defect in the cable - we have a Dell Video Projector 2300 - and it takes only a dell VGA cable.
So, the problem is in the cable - solution is replace cable.
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