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Wiring fan direct

What all do you need to wire the fan direct where do you tie in

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  • kazoola Apr 18, 2008

    the fan doesn t get enough current from the control board

    i want to know is there a way to wire diretly from another source

  • sheridan1952 May 11, 2010

    What do you mean, wire direct? The fan is plugged into the main board.

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If your main fan is not turning or not turning reliably, most likely your fan controller on the main board has failed. I don't have any information on the voltage requirements for the fans. The service manuals for the Infocus projectors does not have any schematics so I wouldn't know where to pull power from without harming anything else.

Sorry.

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