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Infocus 60md10 not turning on

Remote stopped working so tried to unplug and reconnect power supply. When reconnected, front blue display lights stay lit (not blinking) but nothing happens. Remote and front buttons do not respond. Can you help?

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  • elagartijo2 Feb 07, 2009

    Remote stopped working so tried to unplug and reconnect power supply. When reconnected, front blue display lights stay lit (not blinking) but nothing happens. Remote and front buttons do not respond. Can you help?

  • hardRESET Mar 06, 2009

    I have the same issue after a power outage. When I reconnect the power the front blue display lights stay lit (not blinking) but nothing happens. Remote and front buttons do not respond.

  • drewsheldon Apr 19, 2009

    I have the same problem with my set. Has anyone found a solution or more information on this issue?


  • Voodoo00 Apr 27, 2009

    I have the same problem. Any solution?



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Mine was doing this for a while and now is completely black all the time. I have a thought as to what this might be... I believe the problem is not the lamp or light engine but rather one of the brushless fans failing. This causes the tv to shut down as a safety measure because of the inability to purge the heat that would build up VERY QUICKLY and warp, damage and destroy everything else. I believe the problem being intermittent at first is due to the fan performing a "death rattle". The fan itself could be fine and more of an indirect problem. I believe the wiring coming out of the fan is inadequately insulated against the heat generated. It begins to cook, crack and eventually fail.

The good news? If it is the fan they cost about $15 and can be purchased on the internet. Nothing special about them. You would want to make sure it has the same leads coming out of the fan to facilitate the changeout. Again, I haven't attempted to install a new fan on mine yet but it will be the first thing I try.

If any of you attempt this before I do, please post your resulting experience for the rest of us. I will do the same. Good luck.

Posted on May 04, 2009


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