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How to solve the problem of starting of your Panasonic PT-AE3000 projector after replacing the original lamp Panasonic ET-LAF100?
Question from customers
Question from Jos S. :
We have bought an ET-LAF100 for our Panasonic PT-AE3000 projector with some weeks ago.
The lamp does work, however the message "change the lamp" does not disappear. Despite the reset procedure, the message remains on the screen.
Could you advise please?
Answers from justprojectorlamps.co.uk
Several factors may be the cause: You can try to wait a few minutes after the message appears on the projection screen. If the message disappears after waiting, the problem lies in the ballast.
It may be that the ballast is too hot. It will be important to ensure that the screws are not too tight and that the original lamp Panasonic ET-LAF100 is deeply rooted in its place.
It could also be the case that the projector lamp still not reach the level of brightness required for its operation. In this case, the message should also disappear after some time.
Please, perform these checks, and then we'll see if you need to return the Panasonic PT-AE3000 projector lamp for testing.
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