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Old 15th January 2007, 01:37 PM   #1021
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i have a 120w UHP running in a 120W UHE projector.

so they are very close, if not the same. both are AC.
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Old 15th January 2007, 01:42 PM   #1022
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Hi mbates14
Yes I have seen several references to them being the same .
Just wasn't too sure and hate to roll the dice on a $65.00 bulb.
I'm leaning towards going with it since I have two lamps to do.
How long have you been running it?
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Old 15th January 2007, 02:47 PM   #1023
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Hi ywh,

I'm not sure what you meant about the ceramic comment above. Is the ceramic cement included with the lamp?

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Old 15th January 2007, 04:32 PM   #1024
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ywh, fyi,

I just sent $65 to 18wheeler via paypal.
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Old 15th January 2007, 07:08 PM   #1025
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Hey Guys, I am A newbe, GREAT THREAD...

I am trying to avoid spending $400 to replace the Lamp Assembly in my Benq PE8700+

The details written on the Bulb are as follows:

NSH210BQA
325072205
GH2739
60.J2104.CG1

I know the Last number is the Benq Part #. It is supposed to be a 210W bulb.

Does anyone have any info on this assembly? Has anyone replaced just the bulb?

I know I am a newbe, but after reading a little this is what I have gathered so far as to the pieces of a lamp system:

Lamp Housing/Assembly
Reflector Housing/Assembly
Actual "Bulb" inside reflector assembly

You get a "Bulb" from ywh, soak the ceramic end of the reflecot housing, remove the old "bulb" put the new one in and reglue.

Sounds like a great plan to me, where do I sign up!!!!!!!!!
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Old 16th January 2007, 01:45 AM   #1026
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to ywh

hey i just ordered a 150w epson 7250
i think it is 150w uhe or uhp it seems that both will work

would you happen to know the price for a bulb that is already mounted in the reflector
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Old 16th January 2007, 02:00 PM   #1027
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Hi mbates14!
I know they are very close, both are AC. but I have never seen a UHE.

Hi jck
I can give your cement , if you ask.
are you Judson? from Illinois? speak Algonquian language :-)

Hi mrpman
you need a 210w NSH, it is a DC bulb, I dont like replace NSH;-)
I have the DC bulb only 180w, It can run 210w but I wrong about the life.


Hi part2wanksta
it is UHP, it is easy to replace.
do you need a original lamp kit? the price of lamp kit is $150, include shipping. no cage
http://hepweb.rl.ac.uk/PPEP/exhibits...tor/manual.pdf
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Old 16th January 2007, 06:06 PM   #1028
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Originally posted by Joepapa
Hi all,

Victor!
How did you remove the glass panel from the front of the tube?

My Sanyo Z1's bulb has a very solid glass in front of the tube and
I see nothing else that holds it on the bulb, as some kind of a thin white isolation/insulation rubber strip or something similar underneath. I have no idea how to remove it without applying brut force.

Any idea anybody else ?

Joepapa
Joepapa, Did you ever successfully replace your Z1 bulb? If so how are the results?

I tried to PM you I don't have enough Posts yet so I figured I would post the question.
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Old 16th January 2007, 07:06 PM   #1029
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Hi BoomerBrian,
As a partial answer to your question on if you are trying to get that front panel off is using a single edge razor blade / exacto knife or whatever thin sharp tool is trim as much of the adhesive off around the panel as you can and work your way around it prying gently I did mine using the single edge razor blade as it's fairly thick and could pry (gently ) .
I was a bit nervous doing mine on my Epson 52c which has that panel on the front but with patience worked it around and it popped off of the reflector. I was a happy guy there.
On your inquiry if the results on replacing the lamp will be the same picture quality. I suppose it would depend on a few variables like if installed correctly , condition of the reflector and front cover/ filter, having the correct bulb in which ywh may help you with there if he has the proper info from you.
To me personally ,it's definitely worth a shot considering the alternatives.
Sorry I can't help you much more on answering your question.
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Old 16th January 2007, 08:30 PM   #1030
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Hi BoomerBrian,
As a partial answer to your question on if you are trying to get that front panel off is using a single edge razor blade / exacto knife or whatever thin sharp tool is trim as much of the adhesive off around the panel as you can and work your way around it prying gently I did mine using the single edge razor blade as it's fairly thick and could pry (gently ) .
I was a bit nervous doing mine on my Epson 52c which has that panel on the front but with patience worked it around and it popped off of the reflector. I was a happy guy there.
On your inquiry if the results on replacing the lamp will be the same picture quality. I suppose it would depend on a few variables like if installed correctly , condition of the reflector and front cover/ filter, having the correct bulb in which ywh may help you with there if he has the proper info from you.
To me personally ,it's definitely worth a shot considering the alternatives.
Sorry I can't help you much more on answering your question.
Thanks for the response. I have skimmed through all of the pages and I don't really see anyone talking about their results. I may have missed it but I didn't see it.

I am very interested in doing this but was wanting to know other peoples experiences first.
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