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Power problem I have an optoma ep716 and it doesn't power up. Looks like the lamp is fine. I can't find any burn marks on the board. The ballast looks ok but I don't know for sure. Does anybody think the problem might be the power supply. Maybe a voltage regulator? Has anybody else ran into this problem?

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  • BobSmalley Mar 10, 2008

    Yeah I don't see a glass fuse. I found a funny looking fuse almost looks like a cap I guess thats why I missed it. ** continuity. Don't I feel like a dummy.



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    Thanks for your help Tampa!

  • John Jones May 23, 2008

    I am having the same problem with no power but I am not as handy with electronics. I can't find the fuse. Can someone tell me where to find it and how to replace it? Any help would be appreciated,



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Hello BobSmalley,
From your post, I gather that you know your way around electronics. So, why don't you use a VOM (Volt Ohm Meter) to trace power starting at the PS and see where you lose it. You may find a blown fuse along the way as you didn't mention fuse status (and that projector surely has one). If you do have access to a meter you could also check the ballast to see if it's putting out enough voltage for the lamp. But since you stat that it doesn't power up at all, I would lean towards the Power Supply (PS) and locating the fuse (could be an AGC, etc... or a printed circuit fuse soldered in circuit right on the component side of the board near the edge where power comes in).
Keep us posted, and Good Luck.

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    Frank Fernandez Mar 11, 2008

    I'm glad you found the open in the circuit. :)

  • Frank  Fernandez
    Frank Fernandez Mar 19, 2008

    I appreciate your thanks, but would more so appreciate a rating?

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