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Have a Panasonic DZ6700 projector... its a bit older but they've stopped making bulbs for the thing. What do I do now? I just spent a couple grand on "OEM" lamps that have all the same markings of the original bulbs, minus the sticker on the bulb that says made in china under the housing... Am I stuck only getting fake bulbs? I haven't tried them out yet... should I stick with them?

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This was never a HT projector and I doubt anyone here has any experience with it. But it was only a dual lamp projector and replacement lamps for it, a pair, regardless of country of origin, are just not that expensive. Google a bit for best price and cal the vendors advertising them for guarantees etc. You might consider a new projector but you can't get a HT theater projector with 6000 lumens for less than really big bucks
Edited by mark haflich - 10/23/13 at 6:42pm
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You're right its not HT. Its used in a conference room. The original bulbs are pretty much impossible to find. Phillips no longer makes them, even though the projectors are only a few years old. One of the fake bulbs blew out in an hour... 

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The bulb warranty would cover that. You might find some new old stock if you hunt around. How have the other fake bulbs held up?
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