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Resetting Mitsubishi LVP-S250U Projector

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Does anyone know how to reset this type of projector.  From what I understand in reading through various things, every 2000 hours of use, the projector has to have a maintenance reset.  I don't want to send it in to the company we bought it for because they are going to charge me $350+.  There is a new bulb in there but it is just defaulted to completely stop working and not turn on after the 2000 hours.  To me, that is crazy.  Does anyone know how to do this?
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Reset the lamp by pressing the left arrow, right arrow and POWER buttons simultaneously: http://www.miracosta.edu/home/mnolte/sx250u.pdf
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It doesn't work. I still have the power and TEMP led blinking green and red and the lamp is steady green. I think I have to do a deeper reset! Please haelp me.
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