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Error message to check fan #3. Where is it?

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If you take the rear of the set off and hold the Interlock Switch on the right side up,Turn "ON" the set and look for three fans,one of them will not be turning. There are two small fans and one large one. The Large Fan is the Lamp cooling fan and the two fans are for cooling the Ballast and the other one is for cooling the DMD chip Heat Sink. The two smaller fans are the same type. The Lamp Fan (Large one) part# is BP31-00024A and the two small fan #s are BP31-00001A. They are all easy to replace.

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Cause:
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Solution: thumbsup.gif Fixed! thumbsdn.gif Did not fix.
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