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I have a Sharp PG-m20x notevision when I turn it on the red light blinks, no fan, not working. any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2009

    I moved the projector worked and turned off, only blink the red light

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I had the same problem with the blinking red light on my PG-M20X. It looks as if realy RL701 on the main power board is the problem. I removed the cover of the relay and cleaned the contacts. Despite the contacts being worn down it worked great. I have ordered a new relay from Sharp for about $35 to replace it (part # 95CK3102AL001).

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Thank you so much for your suggestion! i sent my unit and thay fixed the problem once. this time, I took off the cover and looked for that relay and lightly sanded the conections on the relay (after taking the black cover off). and presto it works!!!!!!!!!!
thanks, i would have never been able to fix this on my own.

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  • Henry Rancourt Nov 06, 2012

    How did you get the cover off? I removed the 3 screws on the bottom and still could not get to relays.

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if you don't hear a high-pitched whir, the colorwheel needs replacing. if you do hear it, the lamp may need replacing. if the lamp is new, there is a power supply problem.

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