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Runs fine at sea level but when running at an elevation of 8300 ft it powers down with what appears to be overheating. Specs say should run OK up to 10,000 ft. Not getting much help from the infocus tech group

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Yes the problem is due to over heating.It would be perfectly acceptable to have inlet air to the projector that ranges between 70 ? 76 Farenheit. Most projectors are designed to operate with inlet temperatures well above this value, usually up to about 90F.Set your air-conditioner to the value specified and it should work fine..

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