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deffo the bulb life. not a cheap fix as bulbs are very expensive. reset the unit by holding a few buttons.mine resets by holding 2 buttons while off. google master reset for your model and you might get some more user time from the bulb. change bulb asap tho
Sounds like you lamp ballast has gone bad. I good way to verify this is, when you press power on the projector look inside the lens. If you see a small amount of light, then the ballast is good, and the lamp is bad. If there is no light then chances are the ballast is bad.
firdt off, did you reset the lamp counter? did you clean the dust out of the projector? it may be overheating as well. if the lamp looks ok, you may have just blown the ballast. try projector doctor online.
I had the same issue, what I figured out was that I never removed the lamp door correctly, causing a small plastic piece to break off. To see if this is also your problem, inspect the back of the lamp door, top right corner, if it seems a rectangular plastic piece is missing, thats the problem. It presses in a small button nearby the lamp to let the projector know it's safe to power on.
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.
Both power light and status light a solid red with no response to any buttons indicates the bulb timer has expired. You need to reset the timer by pressing and holding the left arrow key, the right arrow key and the power button all at the same time for a few seconds.
If there are no problems, the projector will fire up, but you must replace the bulb as it will fail soon and perhaps explode when it does.