Question about ViewSonic Televison & Video
Since the projector is not powering on, then it means its having a power problem. The fault is from the power board.
The power board of the the projector is defective as a diode, capacitor or fuse must have blown on the power board as a result of the storm that led to the loss of power.
Get a screw driver, open the projector, take a look at the power board for any blown fuse. If you find any, replace it, but if you don't, then maybe you should send it for repairs.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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