Question about Draper Cineperm 132" 1.85:1 Projector Screen
I had the same problem. Took the back off and found the 6.3 amp fuse blown. Replaced it with a 6.3 amp 250V fuse and cleaned out the dust especially off the high voltage transformer. It seems to be working ok now.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
It sounds as if you have a component that has changed value enough in value to cause a high current draw, but has not completely shorted out. this phrase from you "so I did a stupid thing and bypassed the internal fuse and it turned on and worked" Not as stupid as you would think because it confirms what I said above, the 6.3 amp fuse tells me that the current draw normally is about 3 amperes since the normal rule of thumb is to double the value of the current to select the type of fuse. a five amp fuse should as well as a 4 amp fuse (it's best and recommended to use the exact fuse type). Now back to your issue. I would suspect that a transformer in the power chain has developed a shorted winding, or a capacitor begun to develop a short or excessive absorption.
I would suggest that you have the set looked at by a qualified TV technician.
I hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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