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Optoma h77 parts

Where i can get optomal main board and power supply for optoma model h77

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  • Anonymous May 23, 2008

    my inbuilt power supply of "VPL -ES3"is not working due to high power flutuation that cause the 6-standing pins ic in the output session to burst off completely that its value can't be regconized.I really want to have that value that could replace.Also, is it the lamp that has a short which blew off this IC?







  • cavsnumber1 Aug 11, 2008

    did you ever find any spare parts for your projector. I need a power supply for a Sharp XR-1S. please let me know if you had any luck.

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I have a H77 that needs a new color wheel and assembly. did you find your parts or are you interested in selling your projector to me for parts?  john_stevenson4@hotmail.com let me know

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Hi there

You will have to locate your nearest spares dealer on the net.

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