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If there are no leds lit on the top, then the power supply is bad (check the fuse on it first). if there are leds lit, which ones, what color, and are they flashing, and how many times? this will tell you the problem.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

Testimonial: "Sony Projector: No LEDS on, unable to locate any fuse. Partially disassembled projector. No access to power input socket or assembly. On/off switch it"

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