Question about Dell 3300MP Multimedia Projector
Try Power cycling by removing and inserting the power cord may fix the problem for now.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
Well here is a partial solution. Turn off Dynamic Iris and the noise
will go away. Now could someone tell me how to fix the Dynamic Iris?
Turning off Auto Iris helps but it can still make noise. Disabling the mechanism by unplugging it will eliminate the noise and the Iris should open fully when unplugged. So this is a fix for the noise, not the Iris. Remove the Shift Lever that adjust the lens direction (unscrew and pull). Remove the filter on the right side. Remove six screws marked with arrow on the bottom. Remove one screw marked with arrow on the rear. Remove the top cover. On the front side of the main board locate the third connector from the left with eight blue wires and one white. Disconnect this connector. Reassemble projector.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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