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I have a toshiba tdb-s8 projector & when plugged into the mains nothing happens

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You need to replace the power supply. the caps have a tendancy to dry up in toshibas.

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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Same problem as below.


I have the same projector, and had the SAME problem.
After unplugging and taking on a trip it didn't work...it just lit up for 2 secs, and then shut off....

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