Sony VPL-EX7+ Projector Lamp with Module

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Sony VPL-EX7+ Projector Lamp with Module

Sony VPL-EX7+ Projector Lamp with Module

Technical Information

Brand Sony
Projector Model VPL-EX7+
Lamp Part Number LMP-E191
Type Projector Lamp with Module
Internal SKU # MPLL10326

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$149.52
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The Sony VPL-EX7+ is made from ORIGINAL** parts and is intended as a replacement for use in Sony brand projectors and is a replacement lamp for the alternative projector models listed below.

It has an average operating time of 3000 hours and includes a 190 Watt UHP lamp made by PHILIPS, USHIO or OSRAM. The MyProjectorLamp price is only $149.52 for the projector lamp.

The Sony VPL-EX7+ 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 please may i know if the lamp of vpl ex7 has a problem will the whole projector power up? Asked by kelvin On May 30, 2018, 1:53 a.m.

A Hello Kelvin, thank you for your question. Even if the projector iss having lamp issues it should still power up and you should hear the fan running and see some lights turn on on the projector. If there is a lamp issue there will be no image projected but the projector should still turn on. If your projector is completely dead than that usually means the power ballast has gone bad,
Answered by MyProjectorLamps On June 6, 2018, 4:41 p.m.

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