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My DWIN Transvision 3 projector works fine for 10-15 minutes and then shuts off. I suspect it may be overheating. Any suggestions?

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Hi! For sure its an overheating problem. Check the fan if working properly or blowing strong. If not, then the fan may cause overheat for its weak. You will need to replace it. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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