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The projector works for awhile and then seems to overheat and then shut off.

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Clean out the projector with canned air and check the fans. it needs to cool down and dust keeps in the heat. if you still have the same issue, it may not be a temp issue, but a power supply issue.

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Our HC 6800 projector will work for about 10-20 minutes before displaying a solid red screen and shutting off.


Projectors shut off when they overheat. They overheat when air does not move through the projector cooling it. This happens when the fans are not working or air filters/vents are not working.
Check to see whether the fans are working. If they are working, open the top cover and see whether air filters/vents are covered with dust. If so clean them.
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The projector comes up then runs for awhile then shuts down. I checked the fan and that seems to be ok. I also checked the capacitors and those are good as well. I have summarized the the ballast component...


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if the lamp lights and then shuts down, replace the lamp. it's at the end of it's life. to rule out overheating, blow the projector out with canned air. dust retains the heat that the projector is trying to expell. also see if all of the fans are working. if you do get an image for a short time, try to get into the menu to reset the settings to factory default. lastly, if all else fails, you have a ballast issue. unfortunately, infocus no longer sells parts for this model.

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Is the fan in your projector still working in high speed or not spining?

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Hi sun_md

This sounds like a typical temp. sensor that is faulty.

If you take off the top cover of the Projector and follow the cables from your fans to the Mainboard - you'll find a smallish board that regulates the heat of the Projector. You will also find another sensor on top of the lamp housing.

Try replacing the sensor that goes with the fans first , this is normally the one giving problems.

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