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LCD PROJECTOR GOES BLANK

I have an sanyo pro xtrax multiverse projector model no. plc-xu45
when i turn on the unit everything come on alright but a minute later the screen goes black. the bulb come on with no problem then goes off about a minute later

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Check the cooling fan/ air ducts - sounds like it's overheating and shutting off to prevent damage.

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Alright, so then I get this odd thought (because everything else I knew it couldn't be, it obviously wasn't), "What if it's the monitor? If I'm being allowed a higher resolution, the driver must be working alright, but something with the monitor is screwing up the settings. Is that even possible if a monitor is dying?". Well, apparently it is, though I've never seen it once in all my years of building systems.

Finally, I decided to reformat the same drive again, and towards the end of installing XP Pro, waiting to install the GPU driver first thing, the monitor shut off completely. Alright, so I grab my wife's monitor, plug it in... bingo... everything is fine.

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Time for a nice new LCD monitor.

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