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Optima getting fan fail error what can I do?

My optima will run but lately ive been getting a fan fail
message and then it turns off if I let it cool off and turn it back on it
works but this fail message is happening more and more. I was thinking about cleaning the thing out , you know may its dusty. I was wondering if anyone knows anything about that message.

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  • silentobject Jan 22, 2009

    you have any idea where i  could find a new motor for my fan?

  • silentobject Jan 25, 2009

    yeah..actually i took it apart the lens on the condenser cracked to hell
    so im gonna have to get a new one of those.... i can take it from here thanks for your help

  • cchrngrg7 Apr 26, 2009

    Fan making noise and got a "fan failure" message.

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Its eather it is dusty or the fan morter is burn out.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

  • Michael Ward Jan 24, 2009

    No i do not know where you can get a new morter but you can eather contact the manafacser to replace the morter or you may have to get a new projector.

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