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Promethean PRM30 stopped working

Turns on momentarily then turns off. fan comes on and after about 5 seconds then revs up to high speed and then the entire unit turns itself off. will not allow me to turn back on. unit has to be unplugged then plugged back in to power on again. lamp has already been replaced but that is not the issue. unit is only a week old and has never worked. i replaced the bulb because I could not think of any other reason why a brand new unit would not work.

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You will need to replace your bulb.
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did you reset the lamp timer? just a guess

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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try pressing and holding the enter button on the projector for about 30 seconds - this resets it. It worked for me!!

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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When i turn the projector on it only comes on four about a minute until the temp lights go amber and it turns off, the fan is working but the air coming out is a little warm. what if anything is making my projector overheat, or is it not heating at all?

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If the fan is not working, the lamp will not fire. Kindly make sure that the panels are seated properly. Also chek if the outer cover is seated back 100% as if that is not seated back 100%, the unit will not work.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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