Question about CTX Optoma EzPro 680 Multimedia Projector
Take everything apart ,use compressed air on all components ,then take .the internal fan for the lamp, out, clean it really good, try to get every little bit of dust ,that you can see ,then you wont have any more problems of overheating,until more dust builds up,then youll know what to do.
there are 2 fans clean them both.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
I had the same problem I cleaned the filter under the cover on the botton and removed the louvre plactic covering the large fan at the rear it has been fine ever since regards Jamie
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
You can also try blowing the dust out of the internal components. I had an over heating problem and took a dusting canister to it. The first time I did this it continued to over-heat so I took the whole thing apart and noticed that I had missed a small fan that resembles a turbine engine. This little fan blows directly into the light bulb. Once It was all clean, the overheating problem was solved.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
I think it's the cooling... Because when i let it cool down after it shuts down for like a few minutes I can boot it back up. But if i try to boot it up right after it shuts down it won't let me. I think it has a built in temperature monitor to make sure it doesn't overheat. I'm going to install some computer fans on the vents of the projector to get some more airflow. Hopefully that will do the trick.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
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