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Nov 25, 2009 4:26 PM
I have a Proxima ultralight x350 I got for free a while ago and fell in love with projectors. Now it has broken and I am not sure whether I should repair it or just buy a new one. The projector will turn on for a few seconds but then stops projecting. I'm not sure how hard it is to repair an out of production projector.
Feb 14, 2008 11:55 AM
Take out power cord
Open the projector, first clean it from dust.
There is a PCB board (Lamp driver) cover whit white plastic film, you can lift the film.
There on that PCB it's a trim pot for lamp power turn that anticlockwise and lower power for lamp, it works for me.
BE CAREFUL IT’S HIGH VOLTAGE THERE
Read here how to open projektor
Feb 14, 2008 9:58 AM
Is there any who know how to enter service menu for proxima x350 , ASK M3 or Yokogawa D-1200X ?
Nov 16, 2007 6:16 PM
I have a couple Proxima X350's and one needs to have a fan replaced as it is getting noisy. Does anyone know what the part number for the fan would be, or where I could locate one. I have tried contacting Proxima and they are no help. They refered me to the "projector doctor" who wants me to send it in and pay $250 minimum for them remove 4 screws and plug a fan in. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sep 22, 2007 4:58 PM
I have been trying to do the same thing with my satellite box that has HDMI output. It sounds like you do not have the A/V attachment for the back of the projector that would allow you to at least use S-Video or RCA (composite) connections. I've been looking at the cables that come with the projector and there is a VGA to DVI cable for use with most computers. When I look at the DVI connection it is diffent that the typical DVI cable you buy at an AV store. I notice there are less pins where the large group is and there are two posts above and below the "dash" (the plastic post inside the cable connection) on the cable that comes with the projector that is specific for use with computers. You can't put the DVI to HDMI connector on that cable because there are no holes for those 4 posts. A normal DVI cable will plug into the projector but my guess is that cable does not carry all the signal necessary to light the projector up. I'm no AV pro but what you describe is what my projector does too so its not your machine- it has to be the connection. I want to recall that Proxmia used to sell two types of these A/V attachemnts- one had DVI connection and the other had component video input what would still provide HD (1080i) capability- but I can't find it on the website now. My guess is that we need to find out whether there is a special cable that needs to be constructed or not. I have a contact I'm going to try. If I find anything else out, I'll let you know. Hope you will do the same if you get an answer. Good luck.
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