Question about Sony VPL-VW100 (Ruby) Multimedia Projector
Two clicks is good, it means both parts of the supply are initializing, so they are PROBABLY OK. The lamp cover LED flashing could be a simple fix. Be sure the lamp cover and filter cover are securely seated. If necessary, take them off and reseat and latch them again. There is also a sensing switch on the cabinet that will cause this if the main cabinet cover is not seated properly. Be sure all cabinet screws are securely tightened. Beyond that, Sony says there is an outside chance it is the Q board, which is the main microprocessor board, but I've never seen one fail. It's more likely to have an intermittent switch on the lamp cover, the filter cover or the cabinet (the all have little microswitches that sense when the are closed) OR a bad or intermittent connection to one of the microswitch boards (all of the sensing switches are mounted on little circuit boards and that is the way Sony supplies them as a part) OR a connection problem to the Q board where the switch lines go into the microprocessor. If I had to make a guess at this point, the covers first (make sure they are closed and not warped in any way) the switches and then the wiring and connectors. Hope this helps. I would like to hear back from you to see how it goes.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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