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I have three Hasselblad PCP 80 slide projectors not used for the past four years; kept in their transport cases, not knocked about and in a dry store. Now, all of them have the same problem: the "Unlocked/High Temp" red light stays on. I have checked that the magazines are locked on. When the "Lamp On" button is held down, everything works (except the red light stays on). Any ideas?

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From my PCP80 Service Manual:

FAULT: The projection lamp is lit for a short moment and then goes out. POSSIBLE CAUSE: 1.The rectifier and lamp change board are out of order. AND/OR: 2.Both triacs turn on. Both lamps are lighted until the automatic circuit breaker is released. MEASURES: 1. Change both boards. 2. Change the triac board.

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FAULT: The projection lamp does not light. POSSIBLE CAUSE: The automatic circuit breaker has released. MEASURE: Reset the circuit breaker. AND/OR: Fuse F102 has blown. MEASURE: Change the fuse. AND/OR: The rectifier and lamp change board are out of order. MEASURE: Change both boards. AND/OR: The triac board is out of order. MEASURE: Change the board.
Good luck!

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