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post #2101 of 2102 Old 05-23-2017, 03:55 AM
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I think I'll leave the bulb in for a few more hundred hours with no concerns. Well, other than the 'Lamp replacement' nag that started showing up every time I power up.
Well, not quite, the lamp started to develop a 'flicker' after being powered on for 30 minutes. Going to full bright made that go away, but clearly the bulb was going. So at 3083hrs, I replaced with the spare.
Boy, new one is sure bright! had to re-close the iris and adjust settings. Looks good now.

I hope this bulb lets me ride out the wait until an under $10K laser model comes out (or hit the jackpot and can afford the RS4500K).

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My projector had less than 500 hours on it (I rest the lamp, so don't know exactly) when it started flickering. I received a spare bulb when I bought it, so I went ahead and changed it out. The flicker went away (I think), but now is back after being on for about 20 minutes. If I turn motion control off, the flicker is far worse. Is this the lamp, do I need to run it with some bright or high temperature settings, or does it need servicing?
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