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LG RD-JT92 PROJECTOR. Will not start up and all buttons flashing.

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  • lgpaskana May 16, 2008

    I have the same problem, projector worked fine yesterday but now the lights (every each one on the projector) are just blinking.

  • mikedewaal Jun 20, 2008

    Ive had the projector checked out and have been advised that it is a power supply problem. approx $500AU to repair. Now own a new projector. Im gonna strip it and check out aftermarket power supplies....See if there is a cheap alternative.

  • steve975 Jul 08, 2008

    yes exacly the same problem woked fine one day not the next.

  • cherby21 Jul 14, 2008

    Yep, same.

    Beautiful one day, kaput the next.

    Unit is approx 5yrs old.

  • cliff653 Aug 04, 2008

    Absolutely same thing here! The projector ran for less than 50 hours alltogether. :-(


  • pirogen Aug 19, 2008

    I have the same problem. All lights on the control panel are blinking. No response from control panel or remote. The projector is about 3 years old / 1000 hours of operation.

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Capacitator on the Power Unit - exchange it and you'll be fine...
http://www.cliff.de/galerie/RD-JT92-inside.jpg

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Cliff

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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I have the same problem and according to as LG service technician it is a very common and simple problem, only a component that needs to be replaced (a condensor). According to LG it takes 5 minutes to fix but they can not supply the schematics. If anyone has the schematics, please mail it to sverker_n@hotmail.com and I will upload all details on how to fix it

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