Robert Howle wrote:You should have no need to turn the projector off via the software. You can abort a print or pause a print only.
The green light always stays on showing u have power to the projector. It is best not to use the manual controls on the projector. The software is only sending one image at a time and turning the image on and off at specified intervals.
U should get blinking signals from the projector if there is an internal issue. There is a lamp and temp indicator lights on the projector if those are issues.
These lamps run at high temp all the time and is the reason for the ventilation fan staying on after the print is finished.
The only mods to the projetor I am aware of is the spacer to allow for focus at a short distance and a dust gasket.
If u have crashes, is it your computer? What kind of message are u getting with a "crash" as u call it. Please be more specific.
You can always "reboot" the projectors on board system by unplugging the power (AC) cord.
The reason there are no posted settings for the projector is that none were changed at the factory. Default settings should be fine. See no reason why fan speed would hurt anything if u increase it, but doing so may void the B9 warranty. After all there is no way to know if u made a change to the settings that negatively affected the printer/projector operation.
If I am incorrect i'm sure the peep at B9 will comment.
Only here to help, if I can.
Franz wrote:Hi Mike
As I understand your post you have un assembled your D912HD for overhaul? What are you over hauling?
My D912 is throwing a color wheel error and I would like to try to fix myself as vivitec says due to b9 mods they won't repair. This projector and b9 took a big hit in shipping and after much help from b9 team worked like a champ for a year till color wheel error. really don't want to spend $1200 for projector and really want to fix
Any help you can supply would be much appreciated as I have not yet been able to open the housing.
Robert Howle wrote:@ NCSUMike
I would try a different computer with a more current video card. The Nvidia ones are super.
Have seen more than one user have problems just because of a bad cable or USB Hub (including me).
Franz wrote:Has anyone tried contacting this company? When I talked to them they seemed confident in the ability to repair the Vivetec.
http://www.bnytech.com/services/project ... -new-york/
If you are a new client please submit “Service request“. We will create “Work order” and contact you shortly. We charge $65 diagnostic fee for Regular projectors which will go toward the price for repair. Please call (212) 361-9979
If you go to their website they have a chat window that comes up and you can chat with them too.
Metalcaster wrote:Hi Franz,
This guy on Ebay is in china and sells color wheels and parts for Vivitek... Very inexpensive. go to the page, then contact him and ask for the one you want...
Although these are not the 912 model, he says to contact him for any parts for vivitek...
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