Epson EB-C250X Projector Lamp with Module

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Epson EB-C250X Projector Lamp with Module

Epson EB-C250X Projector Lamp with Module

Technical Information

Brand Epson
Projector Model EB-C250X
Lamp Part Number ELPLP58
Type Projector Lamp with Module
Internal SKU # MPLL09025

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The Epson EB-C250X is made from ORIGINAL** parts and is intended as a replacement for use in Epson brand projectors and is a replacement lamp for the alternative projector models listed below.

It has an average operating time of 4000 hours and includes a 175 Watt E-TORL lamp made by PHILIPS, USHIO or OSRAM. The MyProjectorLamp price is only $128.10 for the projector lamp.

The Epson EB-C250X and projector lamp module both come with a full manufacturer warranty.

** ORIGINAL refers to the company that originally manufactured the product. When referring to Lamps and Bulbs, ORIGINAL designates a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

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Question Answered

Q Lamp in our LCD H375B when lit is showing one edge on screen yellow is this lamp failing Asked by Lizzie On Sept. 13, 2018, 2:48 a.m.

A Hello Lizzie, thank you for your question. Unfortunately when you are seeing a yellow tint on the screen it is not the lamp. That is usually caused by 1 of 3 things a failing DMD chip, failing LCD panel, or failing color wheel. Replacing the lamp will not fix the yellow mark you see on the corner of your image.
Answered by MyProjectorLamps On Sept. 18, 2018, 3:09 p.m.

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