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How to recognize a lamp for TOSHIBA TDP-T90 projector reaching the end of its usable life?
Question from customers
I ordered in September a new lamp for my TOSHIBA TDP-T90 DLP projector. Now, this original lamp TLPLW3 no longer works. What can I do? Is it still possible to exchange this lamp? Can you give me a discount when buying a new lamp TLPLW3?
Thank you for your response.
Answer from justprojectorlamps.co.uk
Some checks are always needed in such a case. First, does the light intensity of your TOSHIBA TDP-T90 projector decrease significantly? Does the color of the image that is displayed on the screen is corrupted?
Note that the lamp timer is only programmed to inform you about the number of hours that the lamp is used. Your lamp may still be working beyond the maximum number of hours, but it is likely that this number will never reached. When the maximum number of hours is reached, it is important not to take the risk to go further, the lamp projector could explode at any moment in your projector. And, if this case happens, your TOSHIBA TDP-T90 projector may be damaged.
Concerning the exchange of the lamp, the warranty of 3 months is passed so you can only negotiate a discount when buying a new lamp.
Thank you for keeping us informed of what you intend to do.
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