Question about Epson MovieMate 72 3LCD Projector with Built-In DVD Player
Hi i have epson moviemate72 projector, when i turn on it seems normal for about five minutes then red lights turn on with high cooling, after about 3 mins it shuts down, then try again same issue, also cant eject dvd, when unit is doing its cooling front display says switch, need help maybe how to clean or could it be thermo switch..note.. unit only 2 years old and been used 8 times. thankyou
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Epson s1
before you send it to a repair shop pls try to remove all the devices that you attach to it and check if you are still going to get those light whites after awhile, or try using a different device in which it uses a different cable, did you attach a receiver as well from the tv to projector? try changing the cables as well. update me after you performed this steps, if it resolve it pls rate as fixya if not pls reply back. Thanks!!
Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: Epson ELP 5500 projectors
Will try and get my hands on a Service Manual for this model - in which you would find the circuit diagrams. This is a faulty Mainboard that is causing the problem.
Posted on May 13, 2008
Just a long shot, but...
I have an epson 9000i that did the same thing. Turns out that unit has a small fan (I think 60mm) right next to the power supply to keep it cool, in addition to the large fan that exhausts past the lamp. The fan runs non-stop as long as the unit is powered-up for two reasons I can think of - keep the power supply a little cooler, and the lamp a little warmer so there's not such a temp difference when it powers-up. Long story short, that fan had died. I replaced it with an aftermarket 60mm fan and it's been working fine ever since. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
clean it out with canned air. the dust keeps in the heat that the projector is trying to expell. you may need to replace the temp sensor, as the constant heat may have weakened the sensor.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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