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A mini home-theater projector released in 2016 by DBPower Electronics.

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What lamp do I buy for a replacement

Dbpower T20 and I need a replacement lamp what lamp do I buy or what lamps can I use and who sells them

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Hi @singletooth41 ,

There’s not much information online about parts for this projector.

According to the manual from this link the LED lamp should last for 30,000 hours.

How long have you had the projector?

There is a 12 month manufacturer’s warranty on the projector. If your projector is not that old (or just a bit over) I suggest that you contact them regarding problems with the lamp.

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It's brand-new I haven't even used it yet but a friend of mine gave me a projector lamp or bulb I just wanted to know which lamps will or bulbs will work for it cuz I was thinking it's only 1500 lumens and if I get a brighter lamp I could get it up to 3000 lumens just wanted to know what bulbs will fit

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Hi @singletooth41 ,

I daresay that if you find a drop-in replacement 3000W lamp, that it will most probably damage the projector, as its' power supply circuit design and components and lamp driver circuit design and components would not be rated for an increase of 100% in lamp lumen output.

Just my $0.02 worth.

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Well thank you I appreciate the comment I was just wondering probably just cheaper just to bye another projector

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It's not an easy job to replace the failed COB LED. It can be done, but it's not for the faint of heart. I've given you an outline on it in my answer.

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DBPower does not stand by their 1 year warranty. My lamp went bad well before 1 year and now I get no response from them.

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If the unit is under warranty but shipping isn't covered, it'll likely cost nearly as much to ship as a similarly specced mini projector. Check if the warranty covers warranty shipping. If it doesn't, then I wouldn't bother using the warranty.

If you want to replace the LED, you will need a COB (Chip On Board) LED that's the same size to replace it, along with thermal paste. In order to replace it, you will need to disconnect the connector used to power it. You will need a DC powered COB that's 5000k (Daylight) to start; others will look wrong. I suspect it's a 12-24V COB. In terms of lumens if you can find a 2,000-2,500 lumen one, I would go with that instead of another 1,500 lumen part; 3,000 lumens may be too much for the heatsink to handle.

After you remove the lamp assembly, you will need to remove the reflector that spreads the light to the LCD in the projector; do not get this dirty or the dust will show on the image. This isn't covered in the guide, so you will need to use common sense to see how to remove it. Once you do that, you can replace the LED module but you need to mind the polarity or you will fry it.

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If I have a brown smudge about 1/6th the size of the screen showing when projector is on what is most likely the cause? I thought it might be the lamp but now I’m wondering if it’s the LED? Any idea? Also any idea the cost for replacing these parts? The lens appears to be just fine. I was given the projector as my friend got a free replacement. I’d like to fix it if I can do it for cheap enough. Thanks. Max

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