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After replacing lamp the red lamp light remains on. Lamp will come on for a second then go out. About a minute later the red lamp light comes on and unit shuts off.

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Check the lamp door to make sure it is seated properly I believe the red light indicates door switch problem. It shows you lamp error data in the service manual.

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