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Overheating Despite replacing the lamp, changing fan setting to high, bulb to standard, and cleaning with compressed air, our projector is repeatedly shutting down from overheating.  Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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Set the lamp to economy mode, make sure it is being used in a cool room with easy air flow thru the projector. If the problem persists, there are two fans inside and a thermistor that takes the temp reading, there is small adjustment POT on the board to increase the operating temp if needed.

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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    How do I adjust temp pot

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