Question about Optoma EzPro 738 Multimedia Projector
I have an optoma 738 and i powered it up and it tried to turn on the lamp ( i could hear it )
after 3 tries the lamp light came on, so i assumed the bulb was burned out so i ordered a new one.
got it and put it in and the same thing happened.
i removed the bulb and inside i noticed that inside the light socket there is a tan colored wall near the lens to the left it looks like a hole has burned throught it.
could this be the problem and how do i fix it?
ITS NOT A BULB ISSUE IT IS A TRANSISTOR THAT MEASURES HEAT TO TELL THE FAN WHAT TEMP. TO KEEP THE SYSTEM AT AND IT IS BURNED OUT AND YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE IT TO A DEALER AND SEE IF IT IS WORTH FIXING.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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