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My projector shuts off after only thirty seconds. and a red light turns on. I don't think it's over heating because it's not hot. Can anyone help?

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HI
PLEASE CHECK FIRST LIGHT INDICATION ? IF TEMP LIGHT PL CHECK FAN IF ANY OTHER PL POST ON FIXYA .
M.R.MUMBAI & DUBAI

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