Question about Dell 2400MP DLP Projector
I just got done talking with Dell, they told me to unplug everything from the projector, power source and all. Then Press and hold the power button down for 45 seconds. This will disapate the electricity from the capacitors. Plug everything back in, and test. Seem to wook for me!! Good Luck
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Hi there, the units could be overheating, check any openings in the projectors housing and clear out any dust and debris...If this does not help, then your capacitors could be popped, but try this first!...Also, I like to know if the powerlight goes out too when the unit shuts down. And inform me of any possible sounds when it shuts down...Thank you, and if this helped , please rate, thank you and keep me posted!
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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