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Sounds like you have the very common power supply failure. The capacitors in the power supply get overheated easily and burn out. You can check power coming from the power supply with a voltmeter.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Possible bad color wheel...
Pull the lamp out & look inside where the lamp sends the light-
does the color wheel look defective? If so,replace it.
Or, the lamp ballast may be bad.After that,usually replace
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