Question about Sanyo (6103055602) Projector Lamp for PLC-XT10A, PLC-XT11, PLC-XT15
First, check the lamp/lamp door--the door has a safety interlock that prevents power from getting to the projector. Make sure the power *is* getting to the unit by using a known-good power cord. Also, check the 3 air filters. If one or more was clogged with dust, the unit might have had a thermal sensor trip. There is also an internal fuse on the power supply which may have blown.When was the last time the projector worked correctly? Have there ever been any power problems related to that unit before? If the above checks yield no success, the projector will have to be repaired at a service facility. Hope I was of some help---Rick
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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