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What could cause the smell of burning plastic after replacing the lamp in my Mitsubishi HC5500 projector?
Question from customers
Question from Anis B. :
I received my new lamp for my Mitsubishi HC5500 projector. I just replaced the old one and I followed the procedure correctly. The lamp lights up well but after an hour there is a smell of burning plastic. No smoke came out of my projector. So I turned it off.
Do you know where it might come and what is the problem?
Thank you for advance.
Answer from lampvideoprojecteur.fr
If after replacing the lamp of your projector Mitsubishi HC5500, you smell a burning plastic, it is the smell of new plastic which is the frame of your lamp. You have not had this smell before the lamp replacement, so do not worry, there should not be any faulty components. Your projector is in good working condition. This smell will disappear gradually. It caused no damage to the devices until now.
Do not hesitate to get back to us if you have any other questions or comments.
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