Hi, my HP VP6210 Projector won´t turn on at all, nothing, completly dead. I have tried different power cords and nothing, I have check the voltage of the cords to see any damage and they are OK, the deliver the 120V to the projector but it´s dead, exactly as if it had a blown fuse but I can´t find it´s location, I opened it and there is no fuse (at least any I can see).
Please help me ut, it´s out of guarantee but I have used it for no more than 50 hours! I use it few times a year.
I can´t find any repair manual on the web to try to locate the fuse
will power up, lamp light not on fan works,no sound either.
Try to replace all the capacitors on the motherboard. This are the only parts that leak in time. Try otherwise to reset to counter or update the firmware on your machine on the infocus site.
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connect the vga cable to your projector and to your computer. set your projector input to pc on your computer you will have to set it to duel screen usually this is the f8 key or some are fn + f8 or you can get a vga splitter on desktop computers. hope this helps
1. Check all cable and input connections are secure & all are tightly connected.
2.Check power cords and also power outlet , if possible try to unplug and
reconnect . A replacement of power cable or use another power outlet is another
good option. 3. If you are sure that power is reaching your TV(check it out with a test lamp that both neutral & ground or earthing is functioning, i.e. the test lamp glows) then probably the power board needs replacement.
I know this sounds silly, but check the switch on the back of the projector. There is normally a hardware switch, somewhere around where the power goes into the projector. Make sure this is on. Second, try taking out the bulb, WITHOUT TOUCHING ANY GLASS, and replace it. There is often a safety switch that prevents it from powering up without a bulb. Also, try using a different power cord, or try using a different outlet. If it works with a different power cord, your cord was bad. If it works with a different outlet, your outlet will need to be inspected by a qualified electrician, to make sure there are no shorts or other hazards. If none of this works, contact Sony about getting the projector in for repairs. Please do not try to open the projector your self, there are a lot of capacitors that store energy for long periods of time.
You could test to see if hard drive is culprit by removing the drive. This is done by removing the access panel on bottom of laptop and slipping out the drive. Once out, try turning on laptop. It won't boot up, but you should get power light on.
I suspect you will not.
If so, problem is in power supply within laptop. Fixing requires a full diagnostic check of the power supply and battery charger. I highly recommend a trained technician for that.
Hi, I am not familiar with that model, But usually if you go into the settings menu you will see settings for the display which may be under "Display" "Rotate" "Keystone" "Flip" That model is made to be mounted upside down so somewhere in the menu there will be a setting similar to those I mentioned that will flip the image.
Hope that helps, Sorry I couldn't be more specific.