This projector was working fine and as far as I am aware has over 1000 hours left. I switch it on (from cold) , it powers up (green light) I see the EPSON logo projected onto the screen and the menu's, then after about 45 seconds a high speed fan comes on, the screen goes blank, and the red light flashed every 1 second (the manual says this is an internal fault) has anyone got any ideas what the fault is ? is it going to cost me an arm and a leg to repair ?
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Had the same pblm. Finally got an answer from epson service center. To their experience my TW600 has a failed motherboard. Costs over 1000 euro, not worth reparing.
(fan works, unit seems to start then green lt stops and red led goes on,off once per second.
Wish to open my epson but after removing 8 screws from the bottom the top cover remains stuck at the back end. Solution anyone?
it appears that one of the cooling fans in ur projector is jammed or not spinning at the required speed! ope the projector & observe the fans as u switch on!!!if the fans seem fine, then it could be a defective thermistor!
Just so you know guys (and this procedure is not for the faint hearted!). I had the slow one second red warning light flash. I checked the bulb, which was find and I left it powered off for 48 hours. My projector is no longer under warranty and would have cost me over £300 to have it looked at. I ventured inside to inspect the boards, once I removed the main board to check the power supply I heard movement from one of the light ducts. It took me a while to removed enough to discover the fixing screw which holds the imaging cube in place (which is between the 3 light ducts and the projector lens) had come out (!?) and was rolling around inside the unit. This would also explain why sometimes I could not focus my unit properly. I remounted the imaging cube, put the whole thing back together and PRESTO! My projector is working again. firstname.lastname@example.org