Question about Sharp XR-10X Multimedia Projector
When I plug it in, the standby/on led no longer comes on. Unit is not getting power. Followed previous post's instructions, opened unit and replaced fuse but no luck. Fuse was not blown anyway. Can anyone suggest other components that might be bad?
Earth5worker was on point. If there seems like there is absolutely no power going into your projector, take off the six screws (will need a very thin long screw driver), and pull off the silver cover (use a flat screw driver to pry open the side that has the clip which is holding the cover together. Press in a small red button in which is located by the lens. Put the cover back in, six screws, plug power and catch the Wildcard football games baby!! Wow I feel so good right now. Thanks for passing this info guys. P.S. Do not remove or unscrew the lamp compartment as I did, just a waste of time.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Earthworkers solution fixes another one. Taking off the top cover and pushing the red button near the lense worked for me as well.
I had mine completely torn apart before I found this forum and found there is also a fuse deep inside the power supply. So if the first solution does not work all hope is not lost, yet. To get to the fuse I suggest you first remove the lamp and then take off the outer cover just as you would to get to the red button. Next carefully unplug the connectors for the fans, speaker, remote sensor, and largest connector on the board, between the fan and speaker connectors. Then remove the control board / lense / lamp housing assembly. All three of these components will come out as one piece. To get this assembly out remove screws as needed but not every one you see, only until you work the assembly free. If there are any remaining cables still connected, obviously remove them, such as the 2 wire power connector feeding the lamp housing. Once that sub assembly is completly free you will see the power supply assembly enclosed in a silver box. Remove the screws holding the top on and CAREFULLY remove the lid. Use caution not to touch anything in the power supply because there is a large capacitor, looks like a short D cell battery, that could deliver a very serious shock even after the unit has been unplugged. By this time you shold see the small fuse next to the power cord connector. You can test this fuse in place with a ohm or multi meter and it should read zero ohms or the same as touching the leads of the meter together. If you don't have a meter simply remove the fuse with a fuse puller or a pair of insulated plyers and replace.
If you have made it this far, good luck on reassembly and I hope this solves you problem.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
WOW!! My brother left my projector on all night and I had no power at all the next day. I thought it was toast so I had a new projector already ordered and this fixed my problem! THANKS SO MUCH FOR SPREADING THE KNOWLEDGE!!
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Mmm, very bad. apparently the power supply is toast.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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