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Jim Cassedy
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From: San Francisco, CA
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 - posted 08-05-2013 05:02 PM      Profile for Jim Cassedy   Email Jim Cassedy   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Somebody was using the NEC 2000C in the screening room I work at over the weekend when I wasn't there.
Im guessing that when they were through, they didn't shut it down properly and now, when you power it up,
instead of going into 'standby' mode, the lamp strikes.

>Does anyone know how to reset it so that it powers up normally and goes into 'standby' without the lamp going on?

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Stefan Vogels
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From: Aarle-Rixtel, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
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Yes, just put the projector back in standby and give the command to put the xenon lamp off. The projector will display Standby - Lamp off when it is fixed. Where it now says Standby - Lamp on

Best regards,

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Justin Hamaker
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If you have access to the DCC software, I think lamp button will be On even when the projector is in standby. Just press the off button for the lamp.

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James Ness
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in Standby mode, just push and hold the 'lamp' button and the display will change from 'lamp on' to 'lamp off'

then it won't strike once you power it on

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