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I am currently struggling with this issue. There is an easily-accessed fuse inside the projector. I was very excited to discover this last night. However, before you get you're hopes up (as I did) remember: If the fuse blew, something else probably went first. After buying and replacing the fuse today, I realise that I need to replace or repair the power supply as it pops the fuse every time.
Here's how to get to the fuse: Take off the lamp. Now, looking at the projector from the back, you need to remove the left hand side panel. This involves taking out 2 screws from that panel, 2 from the bottom and the 2 video connector hexagonal bolt things that are also in that panel. The panel sort of hinges off, starting from the bottom. You will see the fuse in the bottom right corner where the power lead goes. It is a slow-blow (time delay fuse) so get the exact same one to replace it. A pack of 10 cost me €4.19 in Maplin, Galway, Ireland.
Anyways, this did not do the job for me... the power supply set the fuses off like fireworks and also blew a few in the socket plug as well (I don't think US readers will have those) I will let you know how I get on with the power unit....