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Mitsubishi projector xd490u turns off and on in seconds

Mitsubishi projector xd490u turns automatically on and off after somtime

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This is likely to be a heat issue of some sort. Please make sure that all of the airways to the back of the set are clean.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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Could be blowed fuse, power supply, Horz output stage, protection mode over load, bad horizontal transformer, voltage block, broken board, burt bulb.
You will have to specified what type of PTV it is, model, and what you have done to check.
To many problem it may have, could also goes into protection do to no defflection problem.
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