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I had the same problem with my Optoma and it was a bad bulb. I would exchange it. It could be a ballast problem but you can cross that road later if need be. Hopefully the bulb came with a warranty. Also if you still have the old bulb you might try it again and see if the problem goes away and if it does then the new bulb is the problem. IMO.
 

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Well to be honest I don't know of a way to confirm but if you put your old bulb back and it works then that would definitley point in that direction.
 
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