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Go to ebay and type in "halogen oven heating bulb" and it will come up. I paid $15.99 and got free shipping. It is the same bulb that fits a Flavor Wave. Once you receive it, be very careful. It is delicate and should not be touched with your hands as this will shorten the life of the bulb drastically. Wear latex gloves! Opening the unit up is a little tricky. There is one small screw that holds the cover in place. Once it is removed, you will see three more screws that hold the bulb mounts in place. Remove these and lift the bulb up. There will be three holes big enough for a screwdriver. If you look down in the holes, you will see three more screws. These hold the top cover to the unit. Remove these screws and carefully separate the top cover from the unit. There are wires holding them together so don't pull too hard as most of these wires need to stay in place. Follow each end of the wires from the bulb to a wire nut. Each end is connected to a cluster of wires. Keep up with the wires that connect to the ends. The bulb with the unit has a red and blue wire. The new one will have two black wires but don't worry. It doesn't matter which side connects to which wire set as long as you don't get the wires inside the unit crossed, so keep up with which wires inside the unit need to stay together. Once you feed the wires through, connect them with the wire nuts and then its just a matter of putting it all back together. On a side note, I recommend using a magnetic screwdriver, and remember to limit contact with the new bulb. Don't touch with your bare hands if you can help it. Also, the wire nuts are slightly crimped so you will need a set of pliers to remove. It sounds complicated but it really isn't bad once you get going. I enjoy cooking with this appliance enough to make it worth it. Good luck and I hope this helps.
Does this unit have a projection bulb in the back end of the set? Just based on my experience with a friend's 65 inch rear projection TV, there might be an indicator light on the front panel that may blink if the rear projection bulb is failing. If there is a failing bulb it could account for the screen going black with everything else just fine, after the bulb gets heated up in 15 minutes.
In the manual you can read how to set Tv, fro 15 seconds to 1/3200 second and lots of settings in between. every time half the time of the former one. It is on Pag. 63 , 64 and 65.
The camera does not have Bulb. (press the shutter once to open the shutter and after some time press a second time to close the shutter.
On page 17 you can read about manual mode. Just turn the mode select button to the M. But I think you want to choose Bulb. You press once to open the shutter and after some time you press the button for the second time to close the button. But that is not possible with this camera.
It has shutter times from 8 seconds to 1/2000 of a second in Manual mode. and 4 seconds in fire works mode.
The mania is online see the link: Link to manual.
Function and operation 1 - This timer has 3 working modes a - Auto Mode(AU) b - Auto and Temperature Control Mode (AC) c - Manual Mode (LL)
Press "MODE" button and the LED display will cycle through these three modes.
2 - There is an output indicator light which turns Green (On all modes) and red (Off - manual mode)
3 - There is a bettery backup that can retain programs for about 1 week after power outage.
Operation 1 - On first use . Connect the unit to 125V AC power source. The LED display blinks 'C'. The unit at this moment is in initial state, where time and program need to be set. 2 - Press the "TIME" button, the LED display will now show "12.00", now the unit is entering time setting mode a - The time interval for this product is 15 minutes b - Press "TIME" button again. LED dislays 12:15 with each press of the time button the time increases by 15 minutes. If you press and hold the time button for 2 seconds the LED will increase rapidly. c - After setting the time, press the enter button and the LED will display current time setting. d - To change the clock press the "Enter" and the "TIME" buttons simultanously to enter the editing mode. Press the "TIME" button to adjust the time. Press the enter button to confirm
3 - To program press "mode" button once and the LED will display "AU" which stands for Auto Mode, press the "MODE" button once again and the LED will display "AC" which is the Auto and Temperature Control Mode. Press the "MODE" button once more and the LED will display "LL" which is Manual Mode. Press enter to confirm the selected mode. Press "MODE" button to role over these three options.
a - Auto Mode Press "MODE" button and the unit will enter Auto Mode, LED displays "AU" - Press "ENTER" button to confirm. LED displays "P". Press "TIME" button to set program ON time. - After the program ON time is set press "ENTER" button to enter program ending time. LED will display "E". Press the "TIME" button to set the ending time. - Press "ENTER" button to return to normal time display mode. - The program indicator will be turned on after the ON time and ending time have been programmed - Press the "TIME" button to review the program ON time setting and program ending time setting. The LED displays "P" and "E" respectively. After that the LED displays the current time. - In case you want to modify the setting repeat step "a". *** Note: When entering your program if no action takes place within 15 seconds it will go back to the time screen.
b - Auto and Temperature Control Mode Press the "MODE" button and the LED will display "AU". Press the "MODE" button again and the LED will display "AC". press the "ENTER" button to confirm. - The timer activates the load only when the folloewing two conditions are met: 1 The temperature is below -10 2 The program on time p is reached For instructionsn on how to set the program ON time and the program ending time please refer to the Auto Mode fucntion - The program indicator will be turned on after the ON time and the ending time have been programmed. - When the program ending time is not yet reached, the load will be deactivated if the temperature rises above -7 and will be activated again if the temperature drops below -10. Once the prgram ending time is reached the load will be deactivated regardless of the temperature.
C - Manual Mode Press the "MODE" button to select Manual Mode. When the LED displays "LL" press the "ENTER" to confim. The LED returns to show the current time. Press the "TIME" button to activate the timer the LEd will display ON. Press the "TIME" button again the LED will display off. - In Manual Mode the output indicator will display red when the load is deactivated and green when activated. - To exit manual mode press "TIME" and "MODE" buttons simultanously and the unit will return to Auto mode. The loading will be activated and deavtivated according to the previous setting.
4 Output indicator 1 - In Auto Mode ort Auto Temperature Control Mode when the loadind is deactivated the output indicator tunrs off. 2 - In Manual mode the outpur indicator turns red when loading is deactivated. 3 - In Manual Mode, Auto Mode and Auto Temperature Control Mode the output indicator turns green when the output is activated.
To reset all of your settigns including current time and programs, press and hold the "ENTER" button for 5 seconds from the "TIME" mode.
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In manual exposure mode, set the shutter speed to bulb. This is the next slower shutter speed past thirty seconds. The bulb setting will keep the shutter open as long as you keep the shutter button pressed.
It's easier if you have a remote control. With the ML-L3 wireless remote, you can press the button once to open the shutter and again to close it. Most wired remotes have a lock so you can lock the shutter open until you want to close it.
The "--" is the equivalent of the bulb setting with the remote control. The first press of the button opens the shutter and starts the exposure. Another press of the button closes the shutter and ends the exposure. This is so you don't have to hold the button down and risk a bird flying through the beam (and to conserve battery power).
Hello Dingbo the bulb usually last anywhere from 3-5 years on rear projection tv sets, every bulb is different in specs, but they usually have like 5,000 hours or so of working time. Now Ding from my experience i have seen rear projection tv sets last up to 15 years, Thank You hope this helps.
First of all, shooting sports in manual is about the most difficult thing you could ever choose to do. I use the Av (Aperture Priority) and let the camera set the shutter speed. Just set your aperture wide open and fire away. That way, you're not constantly fighting with settings missing great shots. Also, in manual, BULB is simply one of the settings and can't be turned off. It can only be 'not selected'.
have u tried a new bulb. as the bulb aproaches the end of life is tends to do thiis i see this all the time at the shop... bulbs however not a cheap item. how old is the set has the bulb ever been changed how much is the set run average life of a bulb is 3000 to 5000 hours