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T5AH250V You have a post mentioning that you replaced the fuse T5AH250V for your projector - where did you buy the fuse, as I am unable to find it anywhere. Thanks, Sumeet thechawlas@gmail.com

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You can buy it from your nearest TV or AV Repair shop.

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Help my panosonic PTL-520U has a good picture but the color is blue what could be wrong email me please agutierrez1532@msn.com

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The Epson Powerlite 7300's lamp has got a chip on the side of the lamp's bracket that resets the lamp timer automatically when a new lamp is inserted. And it only does it once - first time the unit is switched on after replacing with a new lamp.

The fuse on this chip blows and causes the lamp timer to be reset. Unfortunatelly this is the only way to reset the lamp timer on this model. There is no manual way.

So to cutt to the chase , you will have to buy the original lamp and replace it before it will reset.

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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).
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