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NEC VT670 Blown Fuse

I have a NEC VT-670 and has a slow blown fuse burnt. I replaced 2 times, but still blowing the fuses even while I checked the cables to see if a hot wire was grounding, but found nothing. Any suggestions, tips ??? Thanks in advance, SithPitt

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Re: NEC VT670 Blown Fuse

Try replacing main power supply it should take care of your fuse problem.... Not the ballest power supply the main one.

Posted on May 29, 2008

Re: NEC VT670 Blown Fuse

Hey SithPitt,
sorry I can't help you, but maybe you can tell me where to find the fuse. I opened the projector and have problems to find a fuse on a first view. The suspected place near ON/OFF is well shielded.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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