Question about Optoma Projector Hd600x-lv
Power checked at plug, good, but no life in the projector at all. Any ideas?
Just to share my experience. I replaced the lamp after using a HD600x after 6 years, because the lamp did not switched on, and the red LED "lamp" was on. After replacing the lamp, nothing happened! same red light lamp on, and the same if I remove totally the lamp (and closing the lamp compartment). Then I was almost decided to resend the new lamp to be refunded, but meantime I opened the projector, remove plastic and metal layers, and I saw a huge amont of dust. I cleaned all I can with vacuum cleaner, the electronic card etc... and all worked fine now!
even with the former lamp. So the problem was that a huge cleaning was necessary.
Hope it help
Posted on Aug 31, 2017
I'm assuming the warranty is expired. But if the projector doesn't respond to direct power, you'll have to have the circuit board and power supply checked out.
Only other option might be to ensure you have the power cord plugged in thoroughly or swap it out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: optoma ep739 won't power up
The lamp cover has a disconnect that won't allow power while the cover is off. Sometimes the piece of metal gets bent out of place.
Try removing the cover for the lamp, and bending the little piece of metal forward.
It worked for me!!!!
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
There is a stuffed 10v 3300uf capacitor on the power board. You need to replace it.
Bellow you can check in the picture where the capacitor is located.
Notice that in this picture I have already took the bad capacitor out and replaced with two small cords to reach the bottom and test the new capacitor.
To reach this place is not fast, several layers of plastic and metal must be removed, but is not a hard task to take the capacitor out and replace it for another.
It works just great! Now it is back on track with awesome image.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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