Originally Posted by rasman1138
That would be great! Can you show us how? It would be easier (and safer) than taking the projector apart, when you aren't confident that something won't get messed up. lol
My 3010 has both red light blinking too (after fans run at very high speed during boot). If I can get diagnosis through the RS-232C port I would love to.
From a quick glance at the ESC/VP21
manual, it looks like diagnosis (well, the projector's view of diagnosis) is as simple as sending the ERR?
command to the projector?
If so, for others, here are the answers to that command and what they mean:
00 :There is no error or the error is recovered
01 : Fan error
03 : Lamp failure at power on
04 : High internal temperature error
06 : Lamp error
07 : Open Lamp cover door error
08 : Cinema filter error
09 : Electric dual-layered capacitor is disconnected
0A : Auto iris error
0B : Subsystem Error
0C : Low air flow error
0D : Air filter air flow sensor error
0E : Power supply unit error (Ballast)
0F : Shutter error
10 : Cooling system error (peltiert element)
11 : Cooling system error (Pump)
As a reminder, communication is 9,600 bps, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. You'll need a null modem cable, or if you have a Global Caché device connected to your projector you can just telnet to it and issue commands.