Question about Sanyo PLC-XT10A
When it is sitting on it's feet it starts and runs fine. When it is hanging from a ceiling mount it starts and runs for 30 seconds and then shuts down - no overheat lights or messages, it just shuts down. The bulb has less than 100 hours and the filters are clean. The really odd part is that if I start it upright and then flip it over it will continue to run. Suggestions?
That is really odd maybe when its upside down something is barely coming loose or a fan is getting blocked?
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have been a trainer for several years, and have never seen a projector that was mounted upside down. Try mounting it right side up using some brackets. That should resolve the issue you are experiencing.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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I'll bet you any money that the problem is cable related.
We often get this problem and by swopping the cables we normally get the problem solved.
Hope this is of help
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
Just had the same problem. Based on other suggestions on here I tried resetting the overheat switch, and IT WORKED!
So, you have to pull the 6 screws (one of them is shorter than the rest, remember where it goes) that hold the top on the projector. 3 are on the back, 3 on the bottom - look for the arrows next to the screws.
Put the projector on it's feet, and pull off the top. The button wires will still be connected, so just hold onto the top and find the black circle/shaft above where the lamp is. The shaft has white paint on the top/tip of it. Push it down with a light amount of force. You should hear/feel it click.
Put top back on, put screws in, and you should be good to go.
Don't forget to reset the lamp replacement counter in the menus.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
check the follwoing :
check lamp physically for melted filament, white deposits on filament/ reflector, if so change lamp
if lamp looks perfect, the ballast needs to be replaced, also check for fans if they are running fine
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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