There’s nothing more frustrating then turning on your Epson projector during an important presentation, and then finding out that either the bulb is completely burned out or at the end of its life-cycle. Luckily, the manufacturers know that the bulb has a certain amount of hours behind it, and they usually advertise it within the specs of the device, which means that more or less you know when the lamp is going to burn out. In that case, it’s always good to have a spare Epson ELPLP69 Replacement Projector Lamp, if not, it needs to be ordered and replaced. At that point the question arises – where to buy it and how much will it cost? Let’s go quickly over some small details before you embark on this repair journey.

Where can I find an affordable lamp to replace the one within my Epson ELPLP69?

A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article in regards to the difference between a Projector Lamp and a Projector Bulb, so if you didn’t already go through it, I definitely recommend it, since it’s going to make your job less complicated. But, when it comes to Epson projector, I would always go for the genuine bulbs which are sold by Epson and made by Osram, they have been getting the highest ratings for years and it’s no wonder that they are so popular lately. You can get one on Amazon for less then $50, just be sure to buy the genuine version directly from te Epson store linked below: Epson ELP-LP69 Projector Assembly with High Quality Osram Bulb Inside