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The temp light comes on,, found out it was one of the fans, put in new fan and fan is now working but i still get the temp light, it comes on for about 6 sec then turns off, When its on the green power light blinks, i checked all the other fans ok.. anyone have a wireing diagram, were are the temp sensors?

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Let me know model and brand of your tv to find out wiring diagram for you.
Usually temp sensor is mounted on or nearby lamp housing in dlp tv. Its 2 pin device fixed with screws over lamp housing to monitor temperature in tv.

Posted on May 27, 2010

  • Matthew Albert
    Matthew Albert May 27, 2010

    this is a epson ex50

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics May 27, 2010

    epson ex50

    Temp sensor in multimedia projectors usually mounted in mid of air flow in light engine. You need to check under that area where 3 LCDs are mounted. Temp sensor would be little tube type with two wires of connection.
    I'm afraid, no schematics/ service manual is available for that model so you need to work with your experience.



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