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When turning on the projector it shows the Optoma logo but will not boot to the home screen. Is there a way to reload the home screen software?


Depends on the model. If you saw a little fan, then there is a fan problem. There might be 3 fans. 2 square ones and one blower fan. Look for plugs with 3 wires(red/white/black or red/yellow/black). Those will lead to the fans from the mainboard. Occasionally the fan will spin but the tachometer lead will stop reporting the fan status and the projector shuts down. To being with I would clean out the projector fans and ducts thoroughly. That may clear up the issue. Otherwise there is a button press sequence to enable the service menu, but you cannot upload new firmware without special optoma software that isnt available. Another possibility is you have failing filter capacitors in the power supply. Be careful poking around under the hood. There is lethal high voltage possibly stored even when unplugged.

Nov 26, 2014 | Optoma ML300 Mobile LED Projector

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Optoma MovieTime: The Lamp that Won't stay on


its definitly a cooling issue.the temp sensor is working because it shuts the unit down.when a lamp goes it goes just like a light bulb.you can open up the unit and locate the fan take it out and go to a radio shack a match it up to a universal fan.

Aug 22, 2007 | Optoma MovieTime DV10 Multimedia Projector

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Optoma hd20 fan shut down


I put this here because when I was experiencing the same issue I found there was very little info online for this topic. Optoma asked me $125 just to take a look at my out of warranty hd20 projector after I started getting the dreaded "fan failure" error message, I got this error mesage after replacing the bulb (its important to note that the bulb did explode in the unit so some of the debris may have lodged in the fan.) Optoma also kept saying stuff like motherboard issues and fan sensors on the phone. Everything I've read has said the repair price is so high on these issues that it is better to upgrade to a new projector so I resigned myself to doing that very thing. Then I ran up on this video and thought what the heck. So I took the plunge and popped the case off and sure enough the same little fan was stuck and covered with dust. I gently moved it with a screw driver and blew all the dust out of it. Plugged it back in and I'm experiencing glorious 135" hd once again.

Feb 28, 2012 | Optoma HD20 DLP Projector

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My Optoma HD 72 flashes green like others have descibed, but if I run it in High Altitude mode it corercts the problem, although it it very noisey. Any ideas to what is causing this issue and how to fix...


sounds like the air flow is restricted and overheats using the regular fan speed.
check for air flow blockages inside and outside, filter problems, etc

Mar 13, 2011 | Optoma HD72 Multimedia Projector

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Where do i find the ballast unit, both inside my projector and for sale?


In the optoma hd-81 there is a lamp unit housing.It goes faulty the lamp unit housing .There is no ballast in the hd-81 projector.There is lens ,the lamp unit housing and the circuit board.In most of the cases the lamp unit housing goes faulty.In that case the lamp housing needs to be replaced.It can be replaced and replacement lamp is also available. -------------------- Buying original lamp is always advisable.But there is compatible lamp also available.The original lamp housing is costly and compatible housing is bit cheaper.In some rare cases the compatible lamp does not work.But the compatible lamps also are good. To buy original lamp.Click this link directly:--- http://www.partstore.com/Part/Optoma+Technology+Inc/Optoma/HD81/Optoma+Technology+Inc/Optoma/BLFS300B/New.aspx ------------ this is link for compatible cheaper lamp.Click this link:-- http://www.partstore.com/Part/Optoma+Technology+Inc/Optoma/HD81/DNGO/DNGO/BLFS300BRL/New.aspx --------------- The procedure to replace the lamp:--- to get this procedure.Please click on the link below:--- http://www.partstore.com/Part/Optoma+Technology+Inc/Optoma/HD81/DNGO/DNGO/BLFS300BRL/New.aspx ------------ this link is for the user manual of optoma hd-81 and the procedure to replace lamp is mentioned on page number 59.Please read the instructions before replacing lamp.----------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Feb 03, 2011 | Optoma HD81 DLP Projector

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I get the message of fan failure in my optoma hd 80 home theater projector, is it fixable, needs a replacement fan, etc.?


first vac and clean vents for proper air flow if still coding with unit unplugged remove cover and check fan for blockage if good and still fan code test fan, if bad fan is replaceable most electronics or some computer stores should have it if u want to diy can use serial&model number of projector or numbers on the fan

May 18, 2010 | Optoma HD80 Projector

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Optoma HD 70 turns on with lamp and temo soiled lights


Asher fadida and alll,

The issue:
solid red error light?
HD70 "die's" after few min with strage noise?
flickers different colors before complete self shutdown?

well try this....

Before replacing your bulb, fan or any other component try first cleaning your optoma realy good!! HD70 doesnt comes with any kind of filter so you can imagine the amound of dust can be.
The most importent thing is to blow away any dust from your color wheel + the sensor attached to it .

for farther troubleshoting clean your fan's.
there are 2 fan's insinde the HD70.

probably the most problems will be solved by cleening the color wheel!!
if the problem is not solved ,chack the lemp and the fans if they work properlly.

For fan replacing:
Fan Part number: GM1207PKVX-A


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Good luck!!

Feb 23, 2010 | Optoma HD70 DLP Projector

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Optoma ep716 continuous loud vibration noise when turned on.


the fan motor could be failing. turn it on with the top off. if one of the fans is moving slower, that'd be the one. since this is a dlp projector, the colorwheel motor berings might be on their way out as well. both need replacement.

Jul 25, 2009 | Optoma EP706 Projector Remote Control

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