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Jan 19, 2013 1:33:55 PM
I have a Panasonic PT-AE1000U that needs a new bulb. There seems to be a lot of bulb 'scams' out there.
I don't want to spend the $450 Panasonic is asking for to replace the bulb, and I understand the 'bare' bulb can be replaced fairly easily, and for a lot less cash. Where do you find these? Should I be trying to find out who originally made these bulbs and get one of those, or is there a better replacement bulb out there?
Side-note: I'm surprised there isn't an easy way to retrofit these older hi-def projectors with LED lamps. I wonder if there's a market for LED retrofit kits out there.
Jan 19, 2013 1:28:25 PM
I have a Panasonic PT-AE1000U that needs a new bulb. There seems to be a lot of bulb 'scams' out there. Who originally manufactured these bulbs? I don't want to spend the $450 Panasonic is asking for to replace the bulb, and I understand the 'bare' bulb can be replaced fairly easily, and for a lot less cash. Where do you find these?
Nov 21, 2010 9:24:50 AM
My Panny AE1000U turns off a few minutes after starting up everytime.
Here are the steps.
1. Turn on projector with remote
2. Projector starts up and runs.
3. Projector turns off after a few minutes.
4. I go to the on/off switch on projector and turn it off
5. Count to 10 and turn the switch back on.
6. Turn On Projector with remote again.
7. Sometimes projector will work fine, sometimes it'll go back to step two.
Usually have to repeat these steps twice, but after the second time the projector runs fine and will run all day.
What could the problem be?
Sep 26, 2010 7:24:49 AM
Can someone tell me how I can check my projectors firmware version.
It is a PTAE-1000u.
Is there any benefits to having the latest version installed?
Thanks for your help.
Apr 25, 2010 9:18:48 PM
Hey Gang, here's a quick question. I have a 92" fixed screen that I have mounted in my basement, because I have a window on the same wall(I will put blackout on it) the top of screen is about 28" from the ceiling. I have combed a ton of forums, and some people are dead set against doing the verticle lense shift thing...I was going to drop my PJ so lens is 16" from the ceiling then let the lens shift do the rest...should I lower the PJ more??...anyones thoughts much appreciated.
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