Question about InFocus LP350 Multimedia Projector
Hi, I bought a refurbished inFocus LP350 projector which I (I know...stupidly) left it too near the wall whilst it ran for 5hrs and the heat was not able to escape, it overheated as far as I can tell because ever since it's been totally dead: On/Off - no response, no fan, no clicking or whirring or anything. Changed the plug, nothing. What I want to know is, can a general computer repair company fix it by switching out the PCU/powerunit, they must be quite generic. I can't send it back to the manuf as I moved to Canada and the repair place is in Holland. Any help gladly accepted by a newbie to this site. Regards Snipleton
It could just be the thermo fuse. that can be replaced easily. but if anything major is blown, you're up the creek because infocus no longer has parts for the lp3xx series.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Hi I am Vortash if the lamp still works on the unit dont bother I recently purchased a woeking LP530 from Ebay for £22.. thats about $45 can you get yours repaired for that .. they are a throw away comodity at the moment due to the extorionate prices of the bulbs .. so if you have a good bulb you have a good projector .. you just got ot bid for it lol ....oh and if you wabt to try this remove cover and at the rear of the unit on the side of the bulb housing is the temp sensor take off the two wires and test if open circuit as this will shut off all power .. ...Regards vortash
Posted on May 21, 2009
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