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I just replaced a power supply, it has one fan instead of 2. Works great but now I get an error message saying it can't find the fan (which I'm no longer using), how do I get rid of the message?

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    my panasonic projector is contimously shutting down evey 5 mins panasonic projector TH-L770J lamp life is 947 h but lamp is not reseting by projectorhow this problem can be solved?

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Replace the fan. it needs all the fans the projector was designed with to properly cool it down. without all the fans, the lamp will overheat and cause premature lamp and projector failure. the fan has 3 wires- ground, power and sensor. if the fan spins too slow or not at all, the projector will shut down to prevent damage.

so, replace the fan.

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