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post #9211 of 9226 Old 09-12-2016, 09:52 PM
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Thanks so much to posts like the ones from Protonus and Tesla 1856 concerning fans and the dreaded temp shutdown issue. I'm having that issue now and have pulled the projector apart to find all four fans. They all four work when voltage is applied so I wondered if anyone could advise how to further troubleshoot. I've searched the web trying to find some info on these fans such as normal resistance to try to determine which fan is the potential culprit.

Also, can anyone tell me how to check the temp sensors to eliminate them as the issue as opposed to a fan?

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Arrow Lamp Replacement

After 5 years and 1515 hours, the original lamp in my 8350 is starting to flicker. Temporarily dropping back to ECO-Mode helps, but only a little.


Put off by the poor reviews on all the "cloned" lamps on Amazon, I just ordered another genuine lamp from Epson.com (with free next-day delivery). Only other place I would trust for a genuine lamp is B&H Photo & Video. If I get anywhere near 5yrs/1515hours with the next one, I'll be happy.


Poor reviews of $20-$150 lamps on Amazon (and other places) including things like dim output, wrong colors, beeping, various picture abnormalities, and early failures (some violent).


I don't know about you guys, but I want the projector to operate as close to new as possible. The target is to produce a perfect picture at 2000-Lumens in both color and white-light output. I think to get exactly this ... we need the exact lamp the 8350 was designed to use.
Genuine Lamp: 200w Ultra High Efficiency E-TORL (Epson Twin Optimized Reflection Lamp) ELPLP49
- Part # V13H010L49


I think $250-$300 is a fair price for this lamp. I've always been a firm believer that you get what you pay for. I have a feeling the cheap lamps are different somehow. A cheap 150w bulb from China, not a true TORL, or who knows what corners they cut.

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Epson 8350 Projector (1080p @ 96") / Panasonic 850u 46" 1080p Plasma TV
Onkyo TX-sr607 AVR (7.2ch ~ HDMI ~ wrat-Amp 630 watts )
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Harmony 670 Remote / HTPC (Kodi/Win10-64) Media Server PC / Synology 12tb Raid-5 NAS
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If anyones still looking for it this is the total breakout diagram of the projector

https://compassmicro.com/media/wysiw...loded-diag.pdf
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If anyones still looking for it this is the total breakout diagram of the projector

https://compassmicro.com/media/wysiw...loded-diag.pdf
Thanks. Saved that for sure.


BTW, I replaced my lamp with genuine $300 lamp from Epson.


Flickering is gone.
Brightness is back (back to running in ECO, even in non-light-controlled multi-use room).
Picture is perfect ... like new.

Living Room Home-Theater:
Epson 8350 Projector (1080p @ 96") / Panasonic 850u 46" 1080p Plasma TV
Onkyo TX-sr607 AVR (7.2ch ~ HDMI ~ wrat-Amp 630 watts )
AppleTV-4 / Panasonic dmp-BD60 Blu-Ray Disc Player / Cisco 8742hdc DVR (TWC)
Harmony 670 Remote / HTPC (Kodi/Win10-64) Media Server PC / Synology 12tb Raid-5 NAS
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After 5 years and 1515 hours, the original lamp in my 8350 is starting to flicker. Temporarily dropping back to ECO-Mode helps, but only a little.


Put off by the poor reviews on all the "cloned" lamps on Amazon, I just ordered another genuine lamp from Epson.com (with free next-day delivery). Only other place I would trust for a genuine lamp is B&H Photo & Video. If I get anywhere near 5yrs/1515hours with the next one, I'll be happy.


Poor reviews of $20-$150 lamps on Amazon (and other places) including things like dim output, wrong colors, beeping, various picture abnormalities, and early failures (some violent).


I don't know about you guys, but I want the projector to operate as close to new as possible. The target is to produce a perfect picture at 2000-Lumens in both color and white-light output. I think to get exactly this ... we need the exact lamp the 8350 was designed to use.
Genuine Lamp: 200w Ultra High Efficiency E-TORL (Epson Twin Optimized Reflection Lamp) ELPLP49
- Part # V13H010L49


I think $250-$300 is a fair price for this lamp. I've always been a firm believer that you get what you pay for. I have a feeling the cheap lamps are different somehow. A cheap 150w bulb from China, not a true TORL, or who knows what corners they cut.
So did you buy an original bulb, if so, how is it performing?
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So did you buy an original bulb, if so, how is it performing?
Yes, $300 genuine OEM from Epson.com (with free shipping) ... Looked identical to the original one (black plastic holder, bulb, etc.) and had the small round genuine Epson sticker on it.


Working Perfectly.


Flickering is gone.
Brightness is back (back to running in ECO-Mode, even in non-light-controlled multi-use room).
Picture is perfect ... like new.


B&H Photo has them for $250 but you have to pay shipping. My guess is those are genuine also.


Been cleaning the original air-filter with air-compressor all these years, so I went ahead and installed a new one also.

Living Room Home-Theater:
Epson 8350 Projector (1080p @ 96") / Panasonic 850u 46" 1080p Plasma TV
Onkyo TX-sr607 AVR (7.2ch ~ HDMI ~ wrat-Amp 630 watts )
AppleTV-4 / Panasonic dmp-BD60 Blu-Ray Disc Player / Cisco 8742hdc DVR (TWC)
Harmony 670 Remote / HTPC (Kodi/Win10-64) Media Server PC / Synology 12tb Raid-5 NAS
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I've found it on ProjectorPeople for $245 with free shipping right now (http://www.projectorpeople.com/Epson...ccessory/24204) or at B&H for $235 (https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ..._Lamp_for.html). Might be worth a shot

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Quick question, I've had my 8350 for a few years now and got over 3000 hours on the first bulb. A new aftermarket bulb uis working well but now I'm getting the auto-iris error message about once every 20 startups. I've tried searching but as far as I know there's still no solution other than breaking down the projector.

Am I correct in my assumption and should I continue looking for a replacement?
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Has anyone made a hush box for their 8350?
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Im only at about 1,300 hours but I have had my 8350 for 3 years. I use to get random brightness changes in ECO mode but that went away with using normal mode. Now I get it with normal mode also. It probably gets brighter every 60 seconds or so. AutoIris has been off since I got the unit. Is it bulb time?
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Im only at about 1,300 hours but I have had my 8350 for 3 years. I use to get random brightness changes in ECO mode but that went away with using normal mode. Now I get it with normal mode also. It probably gets brighter every 60 seconds or so. AutoIris has been off since I got the unit. Is it bulb time?


Yes, I would say try a new lamp unless you would rather upgrade to a new projector. A new lamp fixed the flickering on mine. Read back a few pages to see my repair adventure. Yes, I mostly keep Auto-Iris OFF on mine also since new (seems to work fine without it).
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Harmony 670 Remote / HTPC (Kodi/Win10-64) Media Server PC / Synology 12tb Raid-5 NAS
Polk Audio Monitor Series-II Speakers (Large 6.1 Matched Separates) / psw-505 12-Inch Sub
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Yes, I would say try a new lamp unless you would rather upgrade to a new projector. A new lamp fixed the flickering on mine. Read back a few pages to see my repair adventure. Yes, I mostly keep Auto-Iris OFF on mine also since new (seems to work fine without it).
The issue with getting a new projector is I don't know if anything out has the same lens shift swing of this. I have a very peculiar setup where the projector shines through a hole in the wall and has to aim WAY down to hit my screen.

Do the newer epson's have the same range as the 8350?
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has anyone found the speaker that beeps due to non-oem bulbs? I just want to stab the thing with an ice pick.
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Thanks for the Schematic Mach250

Thanks for the schematic.
After 4 years....I had to unzip my E P S O N..... to address 'dust issues'.
I used an air compressor
AFTER a thorough dry-vacuuming.
Quality is better....but not 100%
Your PDF is as good as titties and beer.

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has anyone found the speaker that beeps due to non-oem bulbs? I just want to stab the thing with an ice pick.
Funny, I just discovered this issue myself. Bought this bulb:
[AVSforum won't let me post a link]

Took the projector apart, did the dust glob fix for the first time, and replaced the lamp. Upon startup, brightness and picture were awesome. Then immediately I start noticing the BEEP. Thinking I'm crazy, bring my wife over to confirm and she can hear it as well.

We start watching a movie and doing loud scenes you cannot hear it, but when it is quiet the BEEP is driving me crazy. Put the OEM bulb back in and BEEP is gone.

What is the damn fix for this? There has to be some little speaker on the mainboard producing the noise. Can we turn it off?
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Anyone who has gotten the Auto-Iris error, have you actually gotten rid of it for good? I have gotten it 2 time now since yesterday and worried I'm going to have to start looking for a new projector.

Samsung UN55 something
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