After a general power failure, projector power/stand by led would not lit until after at least 8 hours. Then everything was working OK.
Last week, after a second general power failure power led wont lit. Is it a fuse problem or something else?
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Re: No power on light
After researching that model I can tell you that it has an intergrated internal power supply(transformer) which does contain a fuse. It is located where your power cord plugs into, inside the unit, start with that. Was it plugged into a surge protector? When you had the power failure the second time was there a fluctuation of power, ie your lights in your house flickering on or off or increasing, decreasing in brightness? This will help me determine if it's something else. Also be sure to check your power cord, look for any kinks, breaks, chips in insulation. Anyway Good Luck
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When the lamps are replaced, you need to ensure you have screwed the lamp assembly into the cavity tightly. The lamp assembly presses against a tiny micro switch - if it is slightly loose, then this might trigger a malfunction when the unit is moved.
Other possibility is, perhaps the micro switch is faulty.
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the reason that it turns on without hitting the power button is that it thinks it's still in cooldown mode. while it's on, check the lamp hours through the menu. if it's close to 2000 hours (or the inside of the lamp is blackened or bulging), replace it. after market lamps never seem to last that long. if the fans stay on when the lamp goes off, it could also be the colorwheel. listen for chirping. if it chirps, it's the colorwheel.
if the lamp hours are over the limit, you need to reset the lamp timer by holding down the enter, down, and menu buttons and press power. if that doesn't work and you're not getting any leds lit on the control panel, replace the power supply.
Please describe the status of the LED indicator. No LED would indicate a failure of the power supply. I can help you with that.
Flashing red would indicate a fan/lamp problem. Some lamps fail prematurely before the lamp hours are up.
If it is the power supply, no lights at all, I can get you running again. These units have fragile power supplies that can burn out with the slightest power surge. A UPS goes a long way to save future headaches.