The VPL-CS6 turns off after about 4 seconds of turning it on. Any suggestions? I have had it about 6 years...will start using it everyday now due to getting a smart board. Any suggestions other than a new bulb or clean filter?
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I am having the same problem. Have you ever put this projector in emergency mode by turning the the grey screw on the bottom of the projector? I am looking heavily into this, maybe we can help each other out along the way. [email protected] (armyvet96 at hotmail dot com)
It is possible that there can be few reasons for the fault siad:
1.the lamp can be faulty
2. the filter can be clogged.
3. the lens cap trigger switch can be faulty and staying on
4.The power supply can be faulty, not delivering the power but shuts off.
5,the main processor board can be faulty witth errors.
It might need board swapping to confirm.
I tried the emergency mode and recovered the powered mode. just make sure you can turn the adjuster ( that big grey plastic screw) freely and leave it that way (don't tighten it or put the **** back in). try turning it on. works for me..
It could be that you have put the projector into emergency mode. If this is the case you can only switch it on by moving the small switch by the leg tilt underneath, and then maually open the lamp cover by turning the adjuster with a coin, see page 48 of the manual for instructions. Hopw this helps
reset the settings to factory default and change your cable. if that doesn't help, the polarizer filter on the blue lcd panel is fried due to excessive dust and heat. the optical engine will need to be replaced.
Make sure the interlock switch is activated by the cover of the lamp. Can't measure a voltage with the lamp cover open. High voltage is powering the lamp from an smps or ballast supply. If lamp is New, cover switch is good, then the lamp power supply could be faulty.