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Projector keeps shutting down. Machine will run w/o issue and then shuts down. Have cleaned filters and have tried to see if letting it cool off wll help, but problem keeps re occurring.

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SOURCE: Panasonic AE900U Projector

If you cant hear the fan running it isnt. While this unit has a quiet fan believe me you will know if its running during normal operation if you listen for it. This would explain your constant shutdownds.

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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SOURCE: projector indicates overheating and shut down

HI there

Is there any on scren messaes before shutting down and when shutting down - which of the LED's on the unit is flashing and what colour ?

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Sanyo PLC-XT16

The problem is faulty capacitor on one of the control pcb's . needs to go to a technician for repair

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

SOURCE: Shutting off Filter Cleaning Message

you need to turn OFF the message function under the expert tab on the "on screen menu"

In the state of Power ON, press each key in the order of: HELP, UP, LEFT, HELP
Press the Menu Key to display the menu and confirm that Expert is displayed below the menu.
Once you go into Expert mode, go to the Expert2 tab in the onsreen menu and set the message to OFF.
Hope that helps.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Projector overheats after 30 minutes and shuts down

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

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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If it shuts off after being used for a whirl and won't come back on for a while it is probably overheating. The heat sensor shuts the machine off and won't let it turn back on until it cools down. If this is the issue it could be the filters are clogged and not allowing enough airflow to keep the motor cool. Most bag less vacuum filters should be replaced frequently even if they are cleaned regularly.

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the Projector unit may be overheating due to airflow. ensure that the intake filter is not blocked, remove and clean it and then replace do not run with filter removed as this will cause dust inside your machine. check that none of the airflow slits on the body of the machine are bloced or taped over.
check that the unit has enough airflow around it to keep cool if unsure move the machine to a open space and let it run to see if the problem persits or stops.

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