Question about Sharp (AN-XR10LP) Projector Lamp for XR10X
I followed the instructions as given by one of your other "troubleshooters" by opening the projector and resetting the red push-in button. However, after approx 45 minutes of operation, it blacked out again. I have the unit mounted upside down approx 7" from the ceiling. When the unit had power failure #2, I reset the red button again and ran the projector for over 3 hours. This time I set it right side up on a small stand. No power failure has occurred. Would the ceiling mounting of the unit somehow be causing this failure? I have initiated action through my SquareTrade Warranty, but before I send it in it for repair, I will need to duplicate the problem as right now the unit is working fine. Other writers-in regarding the solution to this problem (opening the projector and resetting the red button) have not really explained why this shut-down occurred in the 1st place. If due to overheating, are the fans not operable or less efficient when hung upside down?
Yes. it's warm up there. and it's suceptible to alot of dust and dirt. all of that will cause the projector to overheat frequently. also: if you've had to reset it that many times, it's wearing out, and you should replace the bimetal breaker (the little red button).
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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