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1.thoshiba tlp t50 fault; it is not working. only start and after few miniuts going to off condition. symptoms; when i switch on display&light ok the input status also comming in few seconds red colour fan symbol is comming at top(right side) of the screen then the projector goes to standby mode.finaly,standby&fan leds are red. please any one give the solution for the above problem. 2.thoshiba tlp t50 fault; fan near the lamp is not working. i already swaped the main board but the same problem still remaining there. please give the idea wich spare part in power supply need to replace? my sincier thanks for you. my mail id; paul_traj@yahoo.co.in

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Hi, Pls check the small Fuse for the supply of the fan. Or you can send it to us to repair.

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