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PB6110 Powers down after 30s, splash screen appears, red temp lig

PB6110 starts booting, (fan goes on flashing power light) then splash screen appears, (lamp has only 184 hours) and then displays input (I'm running a DVD) player, then the red tempurature light goes (while the lamp remains green) and then the whole thing shuts doewn (power led is yellow) fan shuts off.

What gives? Is it a faulty temperature sensor... BENQ was less than helpful..


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  • bqidmm Mar 02, 2009

    same problem here. No filters to clean. I opened the projector and tested the thermal cutout which seems ok - tested the resistance while increasing the temperature.


    Is there a combination of buttons to press to reset the temp warning?  

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Be sure to check the filters and make sure you have good airflow thru the proj. Cleaning filters solved our temp shutdown problem.

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